Carlos Alcaraz determined to stop Novak Djokovic from achieving the Golden Slam in 2024 as the Spaniard prepares for his debut Olympics 

Current World No. 2 Carlos Alcaraz to feature in an exhibition match at Mexico.


Carlos Alcaraz determined to stop Novak Djokovic from achieving the Golden Slam in 2024 as the Spaniard prepares for his debut Olympics 

Novak Djokovic and Carlos Alcaraz (Via Forbes, Team World USA)

Carlos Alcaraz, the young Spanish prodigy, has been phenomenal this season with a Grand Slam win. He may have lost a little form towards the end of the season, but that doesn’t compare to what he has achieved at the age of 20.

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In a recent interview, the Spaniard revealed his determination to stop his current rival, Novak Djokovic, from achieving a golden slam in the upcoming season. 

Djokovic said he was ready to win the four Grand Slams and Olympic gold, but we are here to stop him. This year, the first half of my season was spectacular, but after Wimbledon, I had a bit of a negative period. I believe that it is normal and that I must learn from these situations.
Said a charged-up Carlos Alcaraz ahead of his exhibition match in Mexico

Earlier, World No. 1 Djokovic revealed that he wants to win all four Grand Slams and the Olympics next year, making it a Golden Slam. The Serb is certain that his body is serving him well as of now and wants to achieve as much as possible. However, with the youngsters lurking around the corner, it will be a task for the Serb to win all four Grand Slam titles.

Carlos Alcaraz to play an exhibition match in Mexico

After a semifinal exit in the ATP Finals, Spanish star Carlos Alcaraz has ended the season as World No. 2. However, he doesn’t stop his tennis for the year, the Wimbledon champion will now be featured in an exhibition match in Mexico.

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He faces Tommy Paul at the Monumental. The Spaniard also reveals his hopes to play alongside Rafael Nadal in the Paris Olympics.

Carlos Alcaraz
Carlos Alcaraz (Via Marca.com)

After not being able to participate in the 2023 Davis Cup, Alcaraz almost lost his chances at the Paris Olympics. Luckily, they still have a small window of hope, as both Nadal and Alcaraz have to present their cases in front of the ITF, which will determine if they can participate or not.

Spain recently lost to Serbia in the Davis Cup, and with the inclusion of both the Spanish greats, the chances for the team increased. 2024 is a huge year for tennis as it features many returning players, and with the Olympics in sight, players would hope to be on their country’s team for the iconic event.

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