Zverev’s impressive message to Carlos Alcaraz makes Djokovic blush

Alexander Zverev says he sees himself capable of winning Wimbledon 2024

Alexander Zverev has had a solid debut at Wimbledon 2024. During the press conference, Zverev was asked about Carlos Alcaraz and what makes it special.If you leave balls short or don’t play with enough power, it will destroy you.That’s what impresses me most about him. He takes advantage of every little opportunity you give him; if he has time to build the point, you’re lost. In that he resembles Federer, but It also has characteristics of Djokovic and Nadal“like the spin it gives to the ball and its ability to glide across the court,” said the German tennis player.

Alexander Zverev crushed the Spaniard Roberto Carballés in his first match at Wimbledonbeating him 6-2, 6-4 and 6-2. With an impressive total of 46 aces, he put an end to the hopes of the player from Tenerife of winning his second match at Wimbledon, after having reached the second round last year.

Alexander Zverev

Zverev admits he sees himself capable of winning the tournament

Before the match, Zverev said he feels he has a real chance of winning this tournament for the first timewhere his best result so far has been reaching the fourth round. Ten days ago, he reached the semi-finals in Halle and recently lost the Roland Garros final to Carlos Alcaraz, but now he feels strong enough to win Wimbledon 2024.

The German player will face in the second round the winner of the match between Marcos Giron and local wild card Henry Searle, who won the junior title last year. The German tennis player is one of the best on the circuit, although he has not yet achieved his first title. Grand Slam. He has reached two finals, in the US Open (2020) and in Roland Garros (2024), but has been defeated on both occasions.

The tennis player ‘crushed’ Carballés

Roberto Carballés faced a difficult task against Alexander Zverevwho was a recent finalist at Roland Garros, despite Wimbledon historically being the German’s worst-performing Grand Slam (he has never made it past the round of 16). The world number 4 defeated the 64thwho had given him problems last year at the Madrid Open, where he lost in three sets. This time, Zverev needed exactly those three sets, all in his favour, to win 6-2, 6-4 and 6-2 in 1 hour and 53 minutes.

Carballés failed to repeat his initial success at Wimbledon as in 2023. Alexander Zverev outplayed him with 18 aces and a total of 46 winners, an offensive arsenal that completely overwhelmed him. Carballés could only win seven points against Zverev’s first serve. Now, Zverev will face American Marcos Giron on Thursday, who beat British Henry Searle 3-6, 6-3, 6-4 and 6-4.

 
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