Nick Kyrgios declares Carlos Alcaraz will ‘DESTROY’ Boris Becker following the German’s comments on the reigning Wimbledon champ 

Nick Kyrgios reacted to Boris Becker's comments on Carlos Alcaraz.

Nick Kyrgios declares Carlos Alcaraz will ‘DESTROY’ Boris Becker following the German’s comments on the reigning Wimbledon champ 

Carlos Alcaraz, Boris Becker and Nick Kyrgios (Image via: open source)

Nick Kyrgios, the Australian tennis player, reacted to the iconic Boris Becker for his comments on Carlos Alcaraz. Recently, the former tennis player and current coach, Becker, gave the world the reason for the dip in the form of the current World No. 2. 

In a recent interview on Eurosports, Becker claimed that other players had figured out the game plan of the 20-year-old and changed their game accordingly as other players were able to adapt while Alacaraz failed to do so

My favourite saying in this context is: 'The locker room never sleeps'. It means that the other players have realised how you have to play against Alcaraz to have a chance against him. That's what happened. Other players have developed and Alcaraz hasn't. 
Becker said on Eurosports.

Carlos Alcaraz rose to the top of the ranking over a couple of years and went as high as to be a rival to Novak Djokovic. However, he saw a dip in form recently, and many people have commented on this. So did Boris Becker.

Annddddddd Alcaraz would DESTROY Becker….. NEXT. 
Nick Kyrgios wrote on X (also known as Twitter)

Boris Becker believes that maintaining the best position in tennis is the real task

In a recent interview on Eurosport, Boris Becker gave the viewers a little insight into the reason for Carlos’s small dip in form. For the uninitiated, Alcaraz has won only 1 Grand Slam title this year and failed to reach the finals of the season-ending ATP Finals as well.

With that being said, there is no denying that in the latter half of 2023, the Spaniard has seen a dip in form. Furthermore, he hasn’t won a tournament since the Wimbledon victory and even suffered the loss of his No. 1 spot to Novak Djokovic after the US Open. 

Carlos Alcaraz
Carlos Alcaraz (Via
Why is that? Duelling with Djokovic, becoming No. 1 in the world, and winning Wimbledon for the first time - maintaining this level is the most difficult thing in tennis. Anyone can have a good tournament or a good year from time to time, but maintaining that level over the years is the real challenge. 
 Becker said on Eurosports.

For any player in the sport, it is a mountain of a task to reach the peak of the summit, but staying there is even bigger. Alcaraz ended 2022 as No. 1 and has since not been able to hold that position.

The Spaniard tried his level best to get back his spot from the Serbian but was unable to. Only time will tell if the youngster can improve his form in the following year and continue to be the dangerous player that he is.

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