Carlos Alcaraz draws inspiration from Iga Swiatek after the record-breaking 2022 season: “I would like to be like him.”

Spanish genius carlos alcaraz became the featured player of the year. This was a great year for him as he made history to become the youngest World No. 1 at the end of the year. He also clinched his first Grand Slam title and four ATP singles titles at the US Open. he praised Iga Swiatek For his incredible performances, which he aspires to keep his top spot like the Polish actor.

Swiatek climbed to the top after Ashleigh Barty announced her retirement earlier in the year. She has since successfully taken the top spot as well as being one of the consistent performers and winning two Grand Slam titles. The other player after Serena Williams to surpass 11,000 ranking points at the end of the year. even managed to keep

The similarity between them is that they are both champions of the 2022 US Open. He went on to explain that he wanted to be inspired by the 19-year-old Swiatek. He commended the 21-year-old’s impossible success in holding #1 for more than 30 consecutive weeks and his 37-game winning streak until his defeat at Wimbledon. He acknowledged that the odds of losing the top spot next year are pretty high, but he hopes to hold his position for as long as possible.

during interviewCarlos Alcaraz said “I see his year has been incredible, I think he broke the record for longest streak (this century). This is great. I would like to be like him and not lose #1. But I think this is almost impossible. I will lose, but the important thing is to win him back and stay #1 there as long as I can.

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Carlos Alcaraz named highest paid male athlete of the year

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Carlos Alcaraz – Moyens I/O

He was the best player on the ATP Tour this season. He started the year by winning his first ATP 500 title and when he finished the season; he was a multiple Masters champion, a Grand Slam champion and the youngest number 1 in the world at just 19 years old. Carlos Alcaraz is often compared to his idol and World No. 2 Rafael Nadal for his amazing performances.

Alcaraz abruptly ended the 2022 season as it was forced to withdraw its name from the Year-End Championship after an abdominal injury that kept it out for several weeks. The fitness coach claimed that the young Spaniard’s physical transformation last year was quite fantastic and that such a drastic change would not happen again. The 1-time Grand Slam champion admitted that he diligently followed his diet and fitness routine to be in top shape.

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The Spaniard has earned $10,102,330 this year with his participation and multiple tournament wins this season. And the biggest prize money came from her victory at the US Open, which brought her cat $2.6 million. It’s a big coincidence that Carlos Alcaraz made over $10 million in earnings of the year. He was named the best seeded player at the 2023 Australian Open.

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