INJURY. Carlos Alcaraz retires from the Australian Open

Carlos Alcaraz will not play in the first slam of the year

Carlos Alcaraz

Carlos Alcaraz starts the new season in the worst possible way. The world no.1 got injured in his right thigh and he will skip the Australian Open. Carlito released the following statement:

“It’s time to deal with another blow… When I was at my best in the preseason, I picked up an injury through a chance, unnatural movement in training. This time it’s the semimembranosus muscle in my right leg. I’d worked so hard to get to my best level for Australia but unfortunately I won’t be able to play the Care A2+ Kooyong or the Australian Open. It’s tough, but I have to be optimistic, recover and look forward. See you in 2024 @australianooen”

Carlito had to cut his 2022 season shorter after he suffered from an abdominal injury. It seems as if he needs to change something in his preparation.


Carlos Alcaraz in 2023

Carlos Alcaraz

6 - 3win/loss

20 year old
2024 Highlights

Currently the world no.1, Carlos played his last match on the 4th of November 2022 when he had to retire when playing against world no.11 Holger Rune in the quarter and the scoreline was 6-3 6-6 .

Until now, during this year Carlos has achieved a composed 57-13 win-loss record.

Alcaraz has scheduled to compete next at the Australian Open (Australian Open). He will start to play the tournament from the main draw that will commence on the 16th of January.

Alcaraz's Record