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Carlos Alcaraz’s Flamboyant Tennis Gains Serena Williams’ Childhood Coach’s Seal of Approval as He Dissects the Spaniard’s ‘Subtle Inner Qualities’

Published 09/26/2023, 11:49 AM EDT

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Carlos Alcaraz, the rising star in the world of tennis, has been doing wonders with his outstanding performances in recent years. The Spaniard, who reached the latter stages in almost all the majors, had to be on the sidelines due to an injury for a while. However, the injury didn’t stop him as he made a quick comeback to win his second Grand Slam title in Wimbledon. His impact on the international charts did not just attract the attention of enthusiasts, but also gained praise from legendary tennis figures like Rick Macci.

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American tennis legend Serena Williams‘ childhood coach Rick Macci posted a series of tweets recently. Targeting the Spaniard’s recent form and abilities in the sport, Rick’s tweets gained the attention of fans and famous names from the tennis world.

Rick Macci’s tweets praise the incredible ability of Carlos Alcaraz


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Carlos Alcaraz’s journey to stardom has been nothing less than spectacular. Managing to finish at least in the semi-finals at 10 out of 12 tournaments he took part in, the 20-year-old showcased his burgeoning potential. Serena Williams’ childhood coach, Rick Macci, was quick to analyze the exceptional qualities that made Alcaraz a young champion. The 68-year-old tennis legend, who is famously known for guiding Serena Williams in her childhood, appeared to be involved in a detailed analysis of the young Spaniard’s form.

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In a recent tweet, Macci pointed out Alcaraz’s “innate subtle inner qualities” that often go unnoticed by many. Being very specific with the research, his tweet included mention of his adaptability, ability to improvise, and courage to face challenges that fall in the way of his journey as a champion. Alcaraz’s ability to rise to the occasion and surprise the world has no doubt opened the eyes of tennis fans and experts as well.


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Macci tweeted, @carlosalcaraz has so many innate subtle inner qualities that most cannot see. But his ADATABILITY to IMPROVISE with DISQUISE and still take on the RISE and give the world a SUSPRISE is why he has opened so many EYES.”

The young Spaniard’s impact on the international charts is far from anything that the tennis fans usually witness. With tweets of appreciation from the legendary coach, Carlos Alcaraz’s form and achievements gain a clearer perspective in the tennis world.


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Carlos Alcaraz’s impact on the tennis world

The recent seasons have been a crucial mark on Carlos Alcaraz’s professional career. From winning the US Open and becoming the World No. 1 in 2022 to lifting the Wimbledon Championships trophy this year, the 20-year-old has been unstoppable.


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While his on-court presence caught the attention of a legend like Rick Macci, the tweet acted as a mirror to reflect the recognition of his abilities, leading to “open so many eyes”. Carlos Alcaraz is not only making his mark but also restructuring the top charts with his ability to surprise and inspire, proving that he is nothing less than a generational talent.

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Written by:

Akshay Kapoor


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Akshay Kapoor is a tennis writer at Essentially Sports. With a commendable 1.5 years of experience under his belt, this maestro of words spent half of that time honing his craft in the niche world of tennis news writing.
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Tony Thomas