Young Carlos Alcaraz calls out to the elite: wins, in Trieste, his first title

Young Carlos Alcaraz calls out to the elite: wins, in Trieste, his first title

The 17-year-old pupil of Juan Carlos Ferrero, who will jump among the 300 best in the ATP, will play the Roland Garros qualifier

Young Carlos Alcaraz calls out to the elite: wins, in Trieste, his first title

Carlos Alcaraz Garfia has won his first title in an ATP Challenger tournament by taking the Città di Trieste, in Italy, beating Italian Riccardo Bonadio in two sets (6-4 and 6-3) in the final and scoring the last six games of the match when they lost 0-3 in the second quarter.

If this Saturday the young Murcian tennis player, 17 years old and number 310 in the ATP , agreed to the final achieving the last five games of his clash against another transalpine, Lorenzo Musetti, a day later he surpassed himself and closed the match and the tournament in Trieste masterfully after one hour and nine minutes.

Since his return to the slopes after the five months in which he was not competing for the break that caused the first wave of the coronavirus, Juan Carlos Ferrero's pupil has already won 16 games and has just lost two, and his first title in a ATP Challenger came with two comebacks.

It was the best way to round off his great performance at the Città di Trieste , where, starting from the previous phase, he has turned the seven games that have led him to be champion in his favor.

The Italian Giacomo Dambrosi, the German Tobias Kamke, the French Mathias Bourgue, the Argentine Tomás Martín Etcheverry and two other local players such as Musseti and Bonadio, in that order, have been the victims of an Alcaraz that continues to grow by leaps and bounds and that surely will play the previous Roland Garros .

This Monday he will appear among the 300 best players in the world.

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