WATCH: “He is my second dad” Carlos Alcaraz cries heartily with coach Juan Carlos Ferrero and owes him US Open victory

The sky is the limit for young people carlos alcaraz and makes every possible attempt to grasp its vast greatness. He completed his dream run at the 2022 US Open to win his first grand slam title, beating Casper Ruud in four sets of 6-4.2-6.7-6(1).6-3 in the finals. In the process, he became the 7th youngest person to win a major title and also the youngest since Rafael Nadal in 2005.

He also becomes the second youngest US Open He has been a champion since Pete Sampras, and at the age of 19 became the youngest man to be World Number 1 on the ATP Rankings. As soon as she flipped her championship score, she couldn’t hold back her tears and ran straight to her box.

After a short climb, he embraced the people in his cabin and celebrated his victory with them. And when it was his trainer Juan Carlos Ferrero’s turn, he couldn’t stand it again and hugged him and cried out his heart. The two have a very special bond and Alcaraz has repeatedly reminded everyone what a special role Carlos Ferrero played in his career.

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‘Juan Carlos means everything to me’: Carlos Alcaraz

Juan Carlos Ferrero and Carlos Alcaraz
Juan Carlos Ferrero and Carlos Alcaraz

Alcaraz talked about how important his coach was to him after his win. He said that Juan Carlos was almost like his second father. The Spanish veteran who is himself a major champion and a former World No.1 has had the chance to coach many top players, but instead decided the world with a young Alcaraz 3 years ago and the results are for all to see.

“Thanks to him, I lift this trophy today. Juan Carlos is my second father. He could have trained many top players but at the age of 16 he decided to be with me. Juan Carlos means everything to me.” said Alcaraz.

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