Alcaraz: "In the end I said, 'I've thrown a lot of eggs on him'"

Carlos Alcaraz confessed what he had told his coach, Juan Carlos Ferrero, after beating Uchiyama in five sets. "You have been tough," he admitted.

Alcaraz:-"In-the-end-I-said-'I've-thrown-a-lot-of-eggs-on-him'"

Carlos Alcaraz addressed the media after winning his first match on grass and at Wimbledon against Japan's Yasutaka Uchiyama in five sets. The 18-year-old from Murcia, increasingly loose in his appearances, revealed what he had said to his coach, Juan Carlos Ferrero, just after the match: "In the end I told him, 'I've thrown a lot of eggs on him."

Carlos explained what it meant for him to play for the first time on grass at a professional level: "I had played in juniors here two years ago, but it is nothing comparable. It was hard, because I had not been able to play any tournament on grass before arriving here, where I improved little by little in training. In the game I felt good, I knew how to fight and suffer ".

His next commitment in the tournament, he faces it with enthusiasm: “It is to enjoy, to live the moment of playing against Medvedev, who is number two”. Finally, I talk about his phobia of insects, in relation to the appearance of a bumblebee in his meeting with Uchiyama: “A little scared if they give me, not other animals. It is "all about wearing white." "I find it very beautiful, precious."



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