Carlos Alcaraz turns 21

Thought to be Rafael Nadal's successor, Carlos Alcaraz turns 21 today, and he's not exactly having a good birthday. The young player, who is expected to be the next big thing in tennis, has been playing with injuries.

Alcaraz With Trophy
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Carlos Alcaraz, who turns 21 today and is thought to be Rafael Nadal’s heir apparent, is not exactly having a nice birthday. Not only has the young man, who has been tipped as the next great thing in tennis, been playing with injury, but they appear to have struck with the Spaniard’s physique.

The young Spanish player who stunned the tennis world by defeating Novak Djokovic to win the Grand Slam at Wimbledon in 2023 was regarded as a celebrity. After all, he had previously sent New York City into an uproar during the final Grand Slam of 2022.

Alcaraz’s multiple injuries are making people wonder if they will see his comeback at a time when tennis fans are unsure.

Alcaraz posted on social media platform X recently: “I felt some pain after playing in Madrid, some discomfort in my arm. Unfortunately, I will not be able to play in Rome. I need to rest so I can recover and play 100% pain-free. I am very sorry. I will see you next year.”

Carlos Alcaraz in 2024

Carlos Alcaraz

18 - 5win/loss

Hard
13-2
Clay
5-3
21 year old
LWWWLWWWWW
2024 Highlights

At the moment ranked no.3, Carlos played his last match on the 1st of May when he was overcome by world no.8 Andrey Rublev 4-6 6-3 6-2 in the quarter in Madrid (draw).

This season Alcaraz has managed to achieve an overall 18-5 win-loss record. This year, the Spaniard conquered 1 title in Indian Wells.

Alcaraz has scheduled to compete next in Rome (Internazionali BNL d’Italia). He will start from the main draw that will commence on the 8th of May.

Alcaraz
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Alcaraz's Record