The very hard path of Carlos Alcaraz to make history at Wimbledon 2023

The young Spanish number 1 in tennis is suffering from a right thigh injury that will make it difficult for him to face Djokovic next

Carlos Alcaraz, one of the most vibrant promises of Spanish tennis, faces one of the most important challenges of his career. Wimbledon 2023 presents him with a journey that, despite being full of challenges, It could be your chance to make history by Carlos Alcaraz. The youngster, only 20 years old, has quickly climbed to world number one and comes to Wimbledon as the first seed.

However, the task will not be as easy as it seems. The young tennis player is between cottons due to discomfort in the right thigh that have prevented him from training in Wimbledon until Friday. However, he is expected to start his path to the title by facing Frenchman Jeremy Chardy in the first round. Thus, he will have to review said discomfort so that it does not become a bigger problem.

The injury that Carlos Alcaraz drags for Wimbledon

Large-scale rivals await on the road to Alcaraz

The road to Alcaraz will not be a walk in the park. After facing Chardy, he could find himself with very difficult opponents. In the second round, he could face Arthur Rinderknech, a competitor who already gave him trouble at Queen’s. In the third round, the powerful Chilean server Nicolás Jarry would await him, followed by Alex de Miñaur in the round of 16, who despite having been beaten by Alcaraz last week, is a formidable opponent.

In rooms, Alcaraz would face the dangerous Dane Holger Rune, and in the semifinals, the Russian Daniil Medvedev, ranked third in the world and one of the great favorites of the tournament. An undoubtedly challenging path that could culminate in a hypothetical final against the iconic Novak Djokovic. In this way he has to give his all to be able to overcome his next championship.

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Other Spanish competitors in Wimbledon 2023: The Iberian representation

Together with Alcaraz, there are six other Spanish players at Wimbledon 2023. Alejandro Davidovich will face the French Arthur Fils, while Roberto Carballés will face the Italian Matteo Arnaldi. Roberto Bautista will face the Russian Roman Safiullin and Jaume Munar will face off against the American John Isner. For his part, Albert Ramos will compete against the Pole Hubert Hurkacz and Bernabé Zapata will face the Argentine Tomás Martín Etcheverry.

On the other hand, Novak Djokovic will begin his career at Wimbledon 2023 facing the Argentine Pedro Cachín. According to the ranking, after Cachín, Djokovic He could meet the American Brandon Nakashima, the Argentine Etcheverry, the Italian Lorenzo Musetti, the Russian Andrey Rublev and the Norwegian Casper Ruud. This is the expected scenario before a potential confrontation with Alcaraz.

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