Carlos Alcaraz does not really intend to slow down in 2023 regarding his calendar.
Although he has certainly not planned to play in an official tournament before the Australian Open (from January 16 to 29), he will nevertheless take part in two exhibitions, at the Mubadala World Tennis Championship, from December 16 to 18, as well than at the Kooyong Classics, from January 10 to 12.
After that, he will try a difficult transition between the Brazilian clay, on the ATP 500 in Rio (from February 20 to 26), tournament on which he is defending champion, and the tough Mexican with the ATP 500 in Acapulco (February 27 to March 5).
He will then naturally continue on the famous American tour in March where the Masters 1000 in Indian Wells (from March 8 to 19) and Miami (from March 22 to April 2) will await him. Semi‐finalist in California and winner in Florida in 2022, the Spanish prodigy will defend no less than 1360 points on this occasion.
Posted on Tuesday, December 6, 2022 at 4:12 PM