Alcaraz Deciphers Mysterious Message That Left Fans In Dark

Alcaraz Deciphers Mysterious Message That Left Fans In Dark

by Erik Virostko

Carlos Alcaraz seems to be a fan of guessing games, as he's letting his fans play one during the 2024 Indian Wells Open.

The Spanish player finally found his trademark level at the season's first ATP Masters 1000 tournament in California, as he's been outplaying one opponent after another.

As is customary, Alcaraz got to sign the camera lens after every victory, and while in the past players quite literally just signed the camera lens, it has become a trend in recent years to write any kind of message on the camera.

Some have used it to extend wishes to their closest, some have addressed fans, and some players even impressed with their drawings. Now, the 20-year-old found another interesting thing he can do while signing the camera - leave the fans guessing.

It all started after he outplayed Felix Auger-Aliassime in the third round of the tournament. Alcaraz wrote a simple but quite cryptic message on the camera lens, which read: "N. See you soon."

Fans immediately started discussing whether it was a message to his rival Novak Djokovic or to a secret girlfriend, and the world no. 2 seemingly enjoyed that, reposting the viral video with laughing emojis.

Luckily for him and for the fans, he also won the following match against Fabian Marozsan, and he got to sign the camera lens one more time, this time deciphering what his previous message meant, but seemingly leaving another clue to another mystery.

After beating the Hungarian player, Alcaraz simply wrote: "Tudum" and tennis fans immediately figured out that the N letter in his previous signature wasn't a secret message to a tennis player or a girl, but rather the initial letter of the popular streaming platform - Netflix.

It seemed like the mystery was resolved, and Alcaraz's previous message only hinted that he was about to watch some series after his match. However, after debunking his previous cryptic message, he took to X (formerly Twitter), only to leave another one: "Stay tuned."

Does that mean that Alcaraz is preparing some series together with Netflix, or will we see another edition of the successful Netflix Slam? Nobody knows, but fans will be hoping that he manages to beat Alexander Zverev to get another clue in this exciting game.


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