“I always think about winning.”
Spain’s ‘divine’ Carlos Alcaras (20), who has been sidelined for the past three months due to injury. He returns to the competition court through the 2023 Argentina Open (ATP Tour 250), which started in Buenos Aires on the 13th (local time).
Al Karas lifted his first Grand Slam men’s singles trophy at last year’s US Open and became the youngest world No. 1 in ATP Tour rankings history. He won the singles title five times on the regular tour. 토토사이트
While he was absent for three months, Novak Djokovic (36, Serbia) won the 2023 Australian Open men’s singles title and regained the world number one. Alkaras was pushed down to second place. Alkaras is 340 points behind Djokovic in ranking points.
Prior to participating in the Argentine Open, which appeared for the first time since November of last year, Alkaras said, “After becoming world number one, I had to set a new goal. Even after becoming number one, I am very young and have a lot to improve, so I have to keep training and looking ahead.”
Alkaras is assigned the No. 1 seed in this tournament, skips the first round (Round of 32) and starts from the second round. Cameron Norrie (28, England), 12th in the world, is the second