Alcaraz Vows To 'Find Way To Beat Djokovic' At Wimbledon Even If He Has 'No Weakness'

Alcaraz Vows To 'Find Way To Beat Djokovic' At Wimbledon Even If He Has 'No Weakness'

by Balasz Virag

Carlos Alcaraz will try to beat Novak Djokovic for the first time on the Grand Slam level in the hopes of winning his maiden Wimbledon trophy.

Alcaraz's only win over Djokovic came at the Madrid Open last year when the Spaniard prevailed in three sets at the ATP 1000 event. Their only other match came this year at Roland Garros, which Djokovic won after Alcaraz started to experience physical issues.

Beating him at Wimbledon is a far harder undertaking as the rising phenom himself explained earlier this year, but he's going to try. Djokovic has been the dominant force at Wimbledon for a few years now but Alcaraz thinks that he can find a way to beat him despite the Serbian having no obvious weaknesses.

Well, I grew up watching him, as well. I mean, he has beating all the big guys, Roger and Rafa, when he was younger. Being the guy he is right now, everything he has been through is amazing.

 As I said before, he has no weakness. He's really complete guy, really complete player. He's amazing. He does nothing wrong on the court. Physically he's a beast. Mentally he's a beast. Everything is unbelievable for him.

Alcaraz, in many ways, tries to emulate Djokovic and become a player that truly has no weakness. He's not there yet, but he's got a very good chance to do that, and in many ways, it's the one thing that he admires most in Djokovic.

I think it's a mix of everything that I admire him the most.

Djokovic himself admitted after his win over Jannik Sinner that he's looking forward to battling Alcaraz because they share the same hunger for success. It's going to be a great final on Sunday, and very likely the most-watched Wimbledon final in a few years.


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