Carlos Alcaraz reveals his 2024 wise tennis schedule

The young Spaniard has chosen a very wise and prudent start to the season in his planning

Carlos Alcaraz has chosen a wise and prudent schedule for the start of the 2024 tennis season. The young Spanish tennis player would like to secure a small advantage over his direct rival Novak Djokovic for the month of January.

Right at the start of 2024, until the first Major of the year, the Australian Open, Carlitos will have no points to defend, as he missed the Melbourne event due to injury, last year. Different story for the Serbian superstar, who will have to try to confirm the title he won last season.

Alcaraz could thus have the chance to attack the throne of the ATP rankings. The Spaniard has publicly revealed what his schedule will be in the coming months: before the Melbourne Slam, he chose not to take the courtin a 250 preparatory tournament.

Carlitos’ wise schedule
Afterwards the Australian Swing, Carlitos will take a moment’s break before leaving for South America. Like last year, he will participate in the ATP 250 in Buenos Aires and the ATP 500 in Rio de Janeiro.

Both tournaments will be played in February. So a small transition to clay for coach Juan Carlos Ferrero’s athlete, who will then be present at the ATP Masters 1000s in Indian Wells and Miami, both on hard-courts. Precisely to better prepare for the start of the highly anticipated new tennis season, Carlos Alcaraz recently trained with the Italian Flavio Cobolli in his coach’s academy.

The world number 2 is ready to resume playing the official events of the ATP Tour. We recall that the Spaniard will play an exhibition match against Novak Djokovic in Riyadh, on 27 December 2023.

Este será el calendario de Carlos Alcaraz en el primer cuatrimestre de 2024:

Open de Australia (14-28 enero)
Buenos Aires (12-18 febrero)
Rio (19-25 febrero)
Indian Wells (6-17 marzo)
Miami (20-31 marzo)

(📸 @carlosalcaraz) — José Morón (@jmgmoron) December 20, 2023

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