Djokovic sends a clear message to Alcaraz after his debut at Wimbledon: maximum tension

The rivalry reaches its peak: maximum tension on the court between two tennis titans.

The tennis player Serbian Novak Djokovic has started his participation in the Wimbledon tournament with a convincing victory about the Argentine Pedro Cachín. The confrontation, which took place in the first round, was resolved in three sets with partials of 3-6, 3-6, 6-7 in favor of Djokovic. With this triumph, the Serbian accumulates 29 consecutive victories at Wimbledon, without having lost in the tournament since 2017.

Despite the excellent results obtained by Djokovic this season, the Serbian arrives at Wimbledon as number two in the world, behind the young Spaniard Carlos Alcaraz, who has become the leader of the ATP ranking. Alcaraz recently regained first place after winning the Queen’s tournament in his first participation, thus adding his fifth title of the season, after having triumphed in Buenos Aires, Indian Wells, Barcelona and Madrid.

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It promises to be exciting days as the Serbian veteran looks to regain his dominant position in world tennis.

Djokovic looking to regain top spot at Wimbledon

Djokovic, meanwhile, is at 80 points difference in the ATP ranking, accumulating a total of 7,675 points compared to Alcaraz’s 7,755. To have a mathematical chance of reaching number one, Djokovic must advance to at least the third round of the tournament.

Although the meeting between Djokovic and Alcaraz has not yet taken place at Wimbledon, there is the possibility that both tennis players face each other in a hypothetical final. The rivalry between Djokovic and Alcaraz promises to be exciting, as the Serbian veteran looks to regain his dominance in world tennis, while the young Spaniard tries to stay on top and cement his meteoric rise up the rankings.

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Both players have shown a great level of play

Carlos Alcaraz, current leader of the ATP ranking, is aware of the threat that Djokovic represents at Wimbledon. The young Spanish tennis player acknowledges that being at the top of the ranking before the tournament gives him extra motivation, but he doesn’t think that playing as number one or number two makes a big difference.

Says Alcaraz: “Of course being on top right before Wimbledon gives you extra motivation and confidence, but I don’t think it will change much to play the tournament as number 1 or number 2. Novak will also be there”. The young Spaniard is confident in his skills and his ability to compete at the highest level. With a strong mentality and a solid game, he is ready to face any challenge on his way to success in Wimbledon.

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