Injured in the right leg in training just a few days before the Australian Open, Carlos Alcaraz is preparing to return to the courts for the ATP 250 in Buenos Aires next week (from 13 to February 19).
Recently interviewed by the Spanish Press Agency EFEthe one who has just lost his place as world number one to Novak Djokovic has shown himself impatient to finally resume competition (he has in fact not played since his retirement in the quarter-finals of the Masters 1000 in Paris against Rune on November 4, editor’s note).
“I really want to compete again. More than ever because I have never spent so much time without playing tennis. It’s hard. But this break has been useful for me to understand what I can do better – both on and off the pitch. »
Posted on Tuesday, February 7, 2023 at 6:49 PM