Alcaraz returns to training on Wednesday and faces an unprecedented challenge on clay

Alcaraz returns to training on Wednesday and faces an unprecedented challenge on clay
Alcaraz returns to training on Wednesday and faces an unprecedented challenge on clay
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After being eliminated in the quarterfinals of the Masters 1000 in Miami, in the United States, in the middle of last week, Carlos Alcaraz focuses on clay and will face an unprecedented challenge in his short career on the surface.

He returned to his hometown of Murcia on Sunday and will return to training this Wednesday with an eye on the Monte Carlo Masters 1000 which starts next Monday, the 8th. On Friday, the 5th, he will travel to the principality of Monaco where he only played once. He fell in the ATP rankings to third place, losing his place to the Italian Jannik Sinner and will have

your greatest chance of gaining points in the first week on the surface, as you will then have more than 2,200 points to discard with titles in Barcelona, ​​Madrid and the Roland Garros semi-final as highlights.

Alcaraz can compete for the first time in the entire tournament on clay, where he has always lost an important tournament. In Rome it is another place where he can add value as he stopped early against Fabian Marozsan last year. Novak Djokovic has a similar defense while Sinner has less than 1,000 points and is the favorite to leave the floor at the top of the ATP. The Italian has three titles and a semi-final this year with just one defeat in 22 games.


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