Ferrero: “Alcaraz is going with the idea to win Roland Garros but still has little experience”

After resting for a few days, carlos alcaraz facing the right final stretch Roland GarrosIt will start on Sunday, the 22nd of this month. Returning to training is now a reality after winning the Mutua Madrid Open, and he will head to Paris next Thursday to face his 19th. its first Grand Slam as a favorite to victory. His coach, Juan Carlos Ferrero, is in charge of all the details. Not for nothing was #1 in the world and he knows the pressure a tennis player goes through at a time like this. For Murcian, who is only 19 years old, this is a novelty.

What kind of work plan do you have for Carlos Alcaraz before Roland Garros in the next few days?

We will take the opportunity to rest and recuperate to be ready again physically and mentally. The work will be aimed at polishing the small details that were missing in recent clay tournaments. We are in the competition season and therefore we will work hard on the match situations.

Worried that you might lose some of your focus because of all the fun you’re getting?

Undoubtedly, a large part of the work these weeks will be about keeping our feet on the ground, managing to maintain routines of rest alongside the usual intensity of work and dedication. I would say it should be increased rather than sustained because the challenges that come now are even greater.

Will come after Roland Garros Wimbledon. Will he play a tournament on turf before and the training will change a bit so he can adapt to a surface he has little experience with?

The idea is to play Queens (June 13 – 19). Grass is completely different from soil, but we think its game can be adapted very well. Besides, she likes it. The job will be different. Matches are approached differently and the action on the turf varies a lot and you have to get used to it.

Carlos Alcaraz has stated that his desire this year is to win a Grand Slam. Do you think Roland Garros is still a little early for you or do you think you’re ready?

We will go with the idea of ​​victory, but there are more favorite players than him and we are clear. Carlos is young and has little experience in Grand Slams. Nadal is obviously the biggest favourite.

Having defended so few points, do you find the world number one attainable this year?

Defending a few points is not an advantage to be #1. The ranking is fairly even, as it rewards you for tournaments you do well and keeps you for a year. He has fewer options because other players have points that add points to the ATP Cup and Masters Cup, which he can’t choose because there are six people in the world. I think it’s still early. It’s hard to be number 1

After resting for a few days, carlos alcaraz facing the right final stretch Roland GarrosIt will start on Sunday, the 22nd of this month. Returning to training is now a reality after winning the Mutua Madrid Open, and he will head to Paris next Thursday to face his 19th. its first Grand Slam as a favorite to victory. His coach, Juan Carlos Ferrero, is in charge of all the details. Not for nothing was #1 in the world and he knows the pressure a tennis player goes through at a time like this. For Murcian, who is only 19 years old, this is a novelty.

What kind of work plan do you have for Carlos Alcaraz before Roland Garros in the next few days?

We will take the opportunity to rest and recuperate to be ready again physically and mentally. The work will be aimed at polishing the small details that were missing in recent clay tournaments. We are in the competition season and therefore we will work hard on the match situations.

Worried that you might lose some of your focus because of all the fun you’re getting?

Undoubtedly, a large part of the work these weeks will be about keeping our feet on the ground, managing to maintain routines of rest alongside the usual intensity of work and dedication. I would say it should be increased rather than sustained because the challenges that come now are even greater.

Will come after Roland Garros Wimbledon. Will he play a tournament on turf before and the training will change a bit so he can adapt to a surface he has little experience with?

The idea is to play Queens (June 13 – 19). Grass is completely different from soil, but we think its game can be adapted very well. Besides, she likes it. The job will be different. Matches are approached differently and activity on the turf varies a lot and you have to get used to it.

Carlos Alcaraz has stated that his desire this year is to win a Grand Slam. Do you think Roland Garros is still a little early for you or do you think you’re ready?

We will go with the idea of ​​victory, but there are more favorite players than him and we are clear. Carlos is young and has little experience in Grand Slams. Nadal is obviously the biggest favourite.

Having defended so few points, do you find the world number one attainable this year?

Defending a few points is not an advantage to be #1. The ranking is fairly even, as it rewards you for tournaments you do well and keeps you for a year. He has fewer options because other players have points that add points to the ATP Cup and Masters Cup, which he can’t choose because there are six people in the world. I think it’s still early. It’s hard to be number 1

Source: Informacion

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