Rune Hopes To Form New Big 3 With Alcaraz & Sinner

Rune Hopes To Form New Big 3 With Alcaraz & Sinner

by Sebastian Dahlman

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The golden era of tennis, defined by the legendary trio of Rafael Nadal, Novak Djokovic, and Roger Federer, has captivated millions of fans worldwide.

However, as the sun sets on their illustrious careers, the torch is ready to be passed to the next generation of stars who are primed to dominate the ATP Tour. Enter Holger Rune, Carlos Alcaraz, and Jannik Sinner: the future of tennis is in capable hands.

Carlos Alcaraz has already proven himself by clinching a Grand Slam title and becoming the youngest man to claim and reclaim the world no. 1 spot in history. His electrifying gameplay and mental toughness have catapulted him to the forefront of the tennis world. At a young age, Alcaraz has demonstrated that he is ready to fill the shoes of his compatriot, the legendary Rafael Nadal.

Jannik Sinner, the Italian prodigy, has been nothing short of remarkable. At just 21 years old, his composure on the court and unwavering dedication to improvement have earned him the respect of his peers. With a powerful groundstroke game and innate strategic instincts, Sinner's potential seems limitless.

Holger Rune, a standout talent with an impressive resume, has not only been making waves on the court but also candidly expressed his thoughts about the sport's future. He identifies himself, Carlos Alcaraz, and Jannik Sinner as the triumvirate poised to take over from the iconic Big Three.

“I hope the trio will be me, then (Carlos) Alcaraz, who has already shown that he knows how to win Grand Slams, and finally (Jannik) Sinner. He has an incredible attitude. He looks like he’s been on the tour for a lifetime but he’s just 21, and every time he plays he shows improvement."

The young Dane knows that the competition that he will be facing is big and with no limits standing in the way, his opponents can explore their potential without any limit. That's why Rune loves to practice, especially when he sees his hard work paying off.

"I work very hard, but I also think it's very important to really want to improve, to see that the work is paying off and to enjoy it. I love tennis so much that I want to be perfect, even though I know I can't be, but I think that's the exciting part, the feeling that you can always improve. There are no limits, and that excites me."


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