Carlos Alcaraz, 17 years old and 318 of the ATP world ranking, was in a position to start a professional takeoff that aims high. The Murcian had an invitation to dispute the preliminary phase of the Indian Wells Masters 1000 ATP, precisely the beginning of the closure due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
He also stayed, among other promotion platforms, with the invitation to premiere in the main picture of the Conde de Godó Trophy, being as a tennis player belonging to the RCT Barcelona-1899.
Yes, it had given him time, before the break, to overcome Albert Ramos on the clay court of the ATP 500 in Rio de Janeiro.
The now ward of Juan Carlos Ferrero He has once again shown his possibilities at the home of his coach, entering the final of the JC Ferrero-Equelite Academy 25th Anniversary tournament, in the Alicante town of Villena.
If you have already issued a notice beating the consolidated Portuguese Joao Sousa, 31 years old and 66th ATP, overcoming an adverse 0-6 in the initial set (7-6 (3) and 6-3 below), cemented his performance beating one of his medium-term rivals, the Australian Alex de Miñaur, 21 years old and 26th ATP.
Alcaraz dominated the ‘Diablo’ mentored by Lleyton Hewitt and formed in Alicante 6-3, 2-6 and 6-4. It is not an official event, but it is ready to make a place for itself, growing, on the ATP circuit.
“I have given a great level from start to finish and I have shown that I can compete against the great players, against whom I physically and mentally endure, because for this I prepare myself, and I have batteries for the final,” Alcaraz commented on the track, according to the Efe Agency.