Several youngsters have dominated Indian Wells 2022 Tournament where many top players eliminated. In the women’s category, Iga Swiatek from Poland defeated Angelique Kerber and Simona Halep, reached the final and won the championship. Maria Sakkari, a Greek, also reached the final after defeating Petra Kvitova, Elena Rybakina and defending champion Paula Badosa. Another tennis ace that has caught the attention of several fans is Spain’s Carlos Alcaraz Garfia.
The 18-year-old beat world No. 28 Gael Monfils and Defending champion Cameron Norrie in the semifinals before losing to Rafael Nadal in the final. Considering that, Legendary Trainer Tony Nadalwho is the former coach of tennis legend Rafael Nadal and currently coach Felix Auger-Aliassime, praised Carlos Alcaraz and said that he “leaves evidence of this constant progression in each of his games”.
“It’s a satisfaction for Spanish tennis” – Toni Nadal
Tony Nadal wrote his usual opinion column in the newspaper El Pass to analyze the match between Nadal and Alcarax, in which he had few strong words for the young Spaniard’s future. He praised Alcaraz’s growth and predicted a bright future for the rookie.
According to Tony “Alcaraz leaves evidence of this constant progression in every game he plays, which I think will almost certainly take him to the top of the world rankings soon. At the moment we must celebrate and enjoy the coexistence of both tennis players as it is a satisfaction for Spanish tennis. The relief comes later.”
Carlos Alcaraz continues his search at the 2022 Miami Open
World number 16 has two ATP winsincluding the Next-gen ATP champions, and has advanced to the quarterfinals of a Grand Slam. Additionally, the 18-year-old became the youngest men’s singles player to reach the quarterfinals of a Grand Slam in 31 years Quarterfinals of the US Open 2021.
With those successes at his side, the young Spaniard had a dream run at the BNP Paribas Open this year, reaching the semi-finals and taking on his childhood idol and compatriot Rafael Nadal. Despite the fact that Alcaraz didn’t win the game and Nadal advanced to the final, the encounter gave the newcomer confidence and experience, allowing him to take part in the game Open Miamiwhich started on Monday.
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