Carlos Alcaraz did not deny that his father was doubtless filming Novak Djokovic’s Wimbledon follow session just lately however mentioned there is no benefit the 20-year-old may acquire if it is true.
Alcaraz — who earned the top seed at this summer time males’s singles Wimbledon match — is probably three days away from dealing with “The Joker” within the finals. The 20-year-old phenom faces No. 3 seed Daniil Medvedev within the semifinals, whereas Djokovic takes on Jannik Sinner. Each matches are set for Friday.
“Most likely it’s true,” Alcaraz mentioned of stories in Serbia claiming his dad’s actions, per Charlie Scott of The Athletic. “My father is a big fan of tennis. He doesn’t solely watch my matches.”
The top-ranked males’s participant mentioned he believes his father (Carlos Alcaraz Gonzalez) arrives on the All England Membership at 11 a.m. and leaves at 10 p.m., “watching matches, watching practices from everybody.”
“To have the ability to watch Djokovic in actual life, yeah, most likely it’s true he’d movie the classes,” the 2022 U.S. Open champion mentioned.
Alcaraz mentioned that any extra movie of the 23-time Grand Slam champion would not make a distinction, as there’s already ample footage on the market for the general public.
In response to Scott’s report, if Alcaraz wished to, he may even prepare alongside Djokovic at Wimbledon’s Aorangi Park follow courts to get a better look.
“I do not assume so,” the Spaniard mentioned when requested if his father’s filming may assist him. “I imply, I’ve a whole lot of movies from Djokovic on each platform. I believe it is not a bonus for me.”
Alcaraz was the No. 1 seed on the 2023 French Open however fell to Djokovic within the semifinals.
Djokovic has received the final 4 Wimbledon tournaments that happened (there was no occasion in 2020).