Alcaraz: I still consider Djokovic the best, I have to beat him more times for that to change

Just a few hours after being proclaimed Wimbledon 2023 champion, it must not be easy to keep your feet on the ground, but Carlos Alcaraz once again showed great humility when referring to Novak Djokovic. In addition, he reveals the keys that have determined his success in the London event and talks about his feelings as a champion.

The sports world continues to be shocked by what he has done Carlos Alcaraz in this unforgettable Wimbledon 2023. Being able to win in the final Novak Djokovic It is one of the great feats in the recent history of the sport and could mark a turning point in the future of world tennis. In an interesting chat with TennisChannel, the Nurciano spoke openly about what have been some of the most important factors to reach this level and his perspective on the rivalry he maintains with the Serb at the moment. The US Open 2023 is already on the horizon, where Djokovic will seek revenge, while he will be in a position to defend the title won last year. Exciting times are ahead for world tennis.

How do you explain this great success at Wimbledon 2023?

“Being champion here shows how hard and how well my team and I are working. In hard times I always tell myself that I have to maintain my style, that I have to be aggressive and go for what I want, without any fear. I think that being true to myself is the best way to face difficult situations and it is what will allow me to be proud of myself, even if I end up losing. In this match it has been key that I was able to think point by point and give my maximum effort at each point. I always trusted my chances and it has been very special to see the support I have received from the stands”, said the Spaniard.

Importance of your team and the JC Equelite Academy

Questioned by the interviewers about the place where he trains and resides on time, Carlitos was clear about everything that training at the JC Equelite Academy located in Villena brings him. “Sometimes I am amazed at how quickly everything is happening, but then I start to reflect on all the work that my team does and I realize that it is not a coincidence. It gives me a lot of peace of mind to train there because it is a place in which I can fully focus on tennis, I have no distractions. Also, I am very close to my home in Murcia, I can see my family whenever I want and that gives me the necessary balance to be happy”, warns Carlitos.

Budding rivalry with Novak Djokovic

While it is true that the Serb’s career is in its final stretch, the truth is that there are still chances for them to fight for glory for a few more tournaments. Djokovic will continue to seek to expand his record and Carlos Alcaraz He left a really surprising reflection when they told him that he was already the best because he had managed to beat Novak. “I know that now everyone will want to beat me and that’s nice, but I keep my eyes on Djokovic. I would love to play many more times against him because it is a tremendous challenge and I still consider him to be the best. It is not enough to beat him a match to change that, I have to do it more times”, commented the Murcian tennis player, settled at number 1 in the ATP ranking.

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