Carlos Alcaraz sent classy Rafa Nadal message as Djokovic told to retire

Carlos Alcaraz has claimed that his French Open success was the biggest achievement of his career so far.

Speaking after his sensational success, he explained: “That’s a difficult question. Obviously winning the US Open, when I reached for the first time the No. 1, something that I dreamt of since I started playing tennis, getting my first Grand Slam. So it was pretty special.

“But honestly, the way that I won Wimbledon, beating Novak Djokovic in five sets, has been a great achievement for me. Right now lifting the Roland Garros trophy, knowing everything that I have been through the last month with the injuries and all that stuff, I don’t know.

“Probably this one. Probably this one is the moment that I’m really proud with myself, because everything that I have done the last month just to be ready for this tournament with my team, a lot of talks with them.

“You know, if I have to practice, if I can’t practice or discuss with them, has been really difficult for me, honestly. So I’m going to say this one is the most that I am proud with myself.”

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