Days after first Wimbledon triumph, Carlos Alcaraz’s coach credits Andy Murray, Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic for success

Following the rising Spaniard star Carlos Alcaraz’s historic triumph at Wimbledon, his coach credited the legendary Tennis icons Andy Murray, Roger Federer, and Novak Djokovic as having an influence on the star Carlos Alcaraz. The coach acknowledged the influence these players had on Alcaraz’s performance.

In the growth of Carlos Alcaraz, it can be noted how vital the playing strategies and techniques have been. This realization underscores the significance of inspiration and mentoring in the tennis scene and adds an exciting new dimension to Alcaraz’s path to the Wimbledon victory.

Coach says Alcaraz copied Federer, Murray and Djokovic to win

Juan Carlos Ferrero was overtaken with joy and emotion following Alcaraz’s victory in the final against the legendary Novak Djokovic. Ferrero, a Spanish coach, praised Alcaraz’s outstanding performance and his ability to rapidly adjust to the grass court despite the fact that this was a break from his typical style of play.

To incorporate certain characteristics into Alcaraz’s game, Ferrero said that they watched films of quick players like Andy Murray, Roger Federer, and Novak Djokovic. Despite the difficulties, the plan was successful.

Ferrero also talked about how Alcaraz’s strategies in the semifinal against the defensive-minded Daniil Medvedev and the final against the seasoned grass court champion Djokovic were very different. Alcaraz used the technique of slashing the ball to break Medvedev’s rhythm while exhibiting tremendous daring in his encounter with Djokovic.

Ferrero acknowledged in an interview that it was challenging to explain the profound pleasure and joy they felt for Alcaraz’s accomplishments. Being the youngest player ever to win Wimbledon and the US Open during the Open Era and defeating the tennis legend  ‘Djoker’ in a Grand Slam final, Alcaraz has already achieved historical feats at such a young age.

Ferrero elated by Carlos Alcaraz’s Wimbledon triumph

Juan Carlos was filled with pride at the victory of his pupil in the electrifying finals of Wimbledon against the tennis legend Djokovic. The 20-year-old Spanish phenom Alcaraz won his first and second Grand Slam championships at the illustrious All England Club. The fact that Alcaraz had only participated in four grass court events before this amazing victory makes this accomplishment all the more amazing.

In addition to explaining that they had gained insight into their winning plan from Alcaraz’s prior success, Ferrero emphasized the significance of giving him some well-deserved rest prior to the forthcoming Grand Slam event across the Atlantic.

Mats Wilander, a renowned tennis player, shared Ferrero’s thoughts and expressed awe for Alcaraz’s comprehensive skill set at such a young age. Wilander even went so far as to forecast that the young sensation would win numerous Wimbledon championships in the future.

Alcaraz demonstrated his love of the game and grass courts during this historic encounter, inspiring admiration in onlookers for his talent and promise. This emerging talent, who continues to enthrall audiences with his outstanding performances and unwavering commitment, has a very bright future ahead of him.



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