Carlo Alcaraz made history by becoming the youngest person to ever win Open 2022 Miami and because of this, he has been appreciated and praised by peers and fans around the world. Recent former US Open champion Dominik Thiem congratulated the youngster on this tremendous achievement and praised his performance in Miami.
Dominic Thiem, who is currently recovering from COVID-19, has kept up to date with all the happenings in the tennis world. Recently, he kept his eye on the young Spaniard who created magic on the pitch by beating much better and more experienced players on his way to the Miami Open trophy.
Alcaraz is only 18 years old and Thiem already believes he will be the next superstar as he congratulated him on his first-ever ATP 1000 Masters title. The Austrian was asked a question about Carlos Alcaraz on Instagram, to whom he shared his views on the Spaniard.
“Incredible player and I’m excited to have a new superstar on the tour and by the way, congratulations and congratulations to Miami.” said the 2020 US Open winner on social media.
Thiem has been out for some time due to ongoing injury concerns. He recently returned to action at Marbella, where he lost to Argentina in the first round Pedro Cachen. He then prepared to perform at the Grand Prix Hassan II. But unfortunately he fell ill with COVID-19 and had to withdraw from the tournament. Thiem is still preparing for a decent comeback at Roland Garros.
Carlos Alcaraz prepares for the clay court season after winning the Miami Open
Alcaraz, who was a sensation in Miami, won his first ATP 1000 Masters title when he defeated Casper Ruud in the final, who was also in his first ATP 1000 Masters final. Alcaraz was 4-1 down in the final when he decided to make a comeback and won the first set 7-5. Once he got into his groove, he made easy work of the Norwegian in set number two, winning 6-3 to end the final against the new world No. 7.
Alcaraz became the youngest winner at the Miami Open Breaking Novak DjokovicRecord. He also ended the long-lasting drought among Spanish players and the curse of reaching the final but not winning the event. while being compared Rafael NadalThe 18-year-old now has the trophy that even the 21-time Grand Slam winner has not won to this day.
However, Carlos Alcaraz will now be aiming high in his career as the clay court season is about to start. Alcaraz should pick and choose their events properly. He already has his sights set on winning Grand Slams and nothing can be greater as he moves on with a Roland Garros title. While it’s still a little premature for the teenage sensation, people can rule him out at their own peril.
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https://firstsportz.com/tennis-we-have-a-new-superstar-carlos-alcaraz-receives-high-praises-from-dominic-thiem-on-winning-the-miami-open/ “We have a new superstar”, Carlos Alcaraz is highly praised by Dominic Thiem as he won the Miami Open