Alcaraz: I don’t want to take over from anyone but build my own tennis legacy

World number two tennis player, Carlos Alcaraz, has declared that he does not want to to take over from any player but rather wants to write his own story in gold.
Beaming with happiness after winning his ninth professional title in Barcelona, when he was not yet 20 years old, Alcaraz said, “I want to be part of the best in the world. I don’t want to take over from anyone. I’ve always wanted to play against the best and it’s a pity that Rafa Nadal hasn’t been here. Let’s hope he continues playing for a long time. I don’t want to take over from anyone but build my own history”.
“I’m not afraid of it becoming a job and losing hope. I hope that day doesn’t come”, said the Indian Wells champion.
On his goal at the Madrid Open, Alcaraz said, I’m going to Madrid to try to win. Not winning it won’t be a failure because that depends on the level I show and the way I play.”
He added that, “I am a very ambitious boy and I always want more. I want to be better to win titles like today in Barcelona. We will never be satisfied. I surround myself with ambitious people who are not satisfied with anything.”


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