Roger Federer predicts bright future for Carlos Alcaraz, expecting Grand Slam success: “I think he will do incredible things in future”

Tennis legend Roger Federer has predicted that Carlos Alcaraz would have a successful career and will have success in Grand Slam competitions. Alcaraz’s most recent performances received acclaim from Federer, who also predicted that he will do amazing things in the years to come.

Roger is optimistic that tennis will continue to grow, especially with Carlos surging to the top of the global rankings and a fresh crop of great players entering the game.

Federer predicts Alcaraz’s Grand Slam success

Ivan Ljubicic, a former tennis player, and Roger Federer’s coach gave Carlos Alcaraz great accolades before to the 2023 Wimbledon Championships. Alcaraz was the tournament’s top seed. Carlos, according to Ljubicic, is an exceptional mashup of the renowned Big Three players Djokovic, Federer, and Nadal. Federer was shocked to learn of this statement during a CNN Sports interview and thought it was a huge praise.

Federer expressed appreciation for Alcaraz’s young accomplishments and his unrelenting will to win while realizing the strain that such comparisons create. He is adamant that Alcaraz has what it takes to achieve outstanding feats in the future, like several Grand Slam victories and a protracted run at the top of the global rankings.

Roger also showed a strong desire to see Alcaraz’s Wimbledon performance, despite the fact that Djokovic, the reigning champion, was attempting to match Federer’s record of eight victories at the renowned All England Club.

In addition to highlighting the importance of the early matches played on the grass courts, Federer showed his faith in Alcaraz’s adaptability and the traits that make a great champion. Recognizing Alcaraz’s enormous potential to make a significant impact on the tennis world, Federer is eager to see how the young player manages the tournament’s hurdles.

Did Alcaraz ever play Roger Federer?

The rising tennis player Carlos Alcaraz and Roger Federer discussed their mutual appreciation for one another and the wasted chance of not playing each other on the court in the days preceding Roger Federer’s final professional tennis competition at the Laver Cup in London. While Alcaraz was a junior player at Wimbledon, they had the opportunity to share a practice court even though they never faced off against one another.

Speaking to the media, Federer praised the tennis industry’s bright future, citing Alcaraz’s ascent to the top spot after winning the US Open as well as the rise of other promising young players like Casper Ruud, Felix Auger-Aliassime, and Frances Tiafoe.


In his reflections on the beginning of his own career, Roger Federer emphasized the ongoing quest for tennis’ next superstar, echoing the stories that surrounded his own path following the retirements of Pete Sampras and Andre Agassi.


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