Carlos Alcaraz, the 19-year-old tennis phenom who won the U.S. Open last September with some electrifying and long matches, will miss this month’s Australian Open, the opening Grand Slam tournament of the 2023 season.
Alcaraz posted on FridayHe was injured during training. “This time it’s the semimembranosus muscle in my right leg,” he wrote.
“I’d worked so hard to get to my best level for Australia but unfortunately I won’t be able to play the Care A2+ Kooyong or the Australian Open,” he wrote. “It’s tough, but I have to be optimistic, recover and look forward.”
Alcaraz from Spain defeated Casper Ruud, Norway, in four sets win the U.S. Open finalHis first Grand Slam title. He finished the season as the world’s top-ranked men’s player.
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