Juan Carlos Ferrero suggests that Carlos Alcaraz and Jannik Sinner could dominate men’s tennis for years to come

carlos alcarazThe 19-year-old Spanish pro broke record after record with his US Open victory, the young sensation making a name for himself as the youngest player in history to reach world number 1 at just 19 years old. Alcaraz has solidified its name among the best players in the world.

He was backed by the abundant support of his coach, Juan Carlos Ferrero, who helped Alcaraz reach his first major title of his career. The Spanish coach believes Carlos Alcaraz is the future of tennis together with Italian professional Jannik Sinner. Both players are candidates to become the future greats of the sport in some way.

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Ferrero believes Carlos Alcaraz and Jannik Sinner will dominate tennis

Carlos Alcaraz with the US Open trophy
Carlos Alcaraz with the US Open trophy

After his US Open victory, there is no doubt that 19-year-old Carlos Alcaraz is currently one of the best players in the world. Alcaraz will stay at the top for a very long time with the level it plays. Another player who seems to rival Alcaraz’s abilities is Italian professional Jannik Sinner.

Head coach of Carlos Alcaraz Juan Carlos Ferrero seems to be thinking of something along a similar line as he says, “I told someone that for the next 10 years Sinner and Carlos could dominate the tour, there are others like Alex Zverev, Dominic Thiem, Casper Ruud, Stefanos Tsitsipas. They will definitely have a chance to win a Slam. But with all due respect, I think so.

Ferrero also suggested that this isn’t Alcaraz’s best, but it’s yet to come. “saidAs I told him, he’s at 60 percent of his game. He can improve a lot. Once you reach number 1, it’s not over. Opponents will be very motivated against him. There is a rivalry like Real Madrid-Barcelona that allows you to raise your level.

Alcaraz and Sinner are developing quite a rivalry as both players have faced each other three times this season, with Sinner leading 2-1 head-to-head. There was a match to remember. US Open This time Alcaraz took more than 5 hours beating the Italian pro.

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