Carlos Alcaraz beats ATP World No. 1 Novak Djkovic

“I congratulate him. He has endured his nerves very well. For someone his age to play with such maturity and courage is impressive. He deserved to win,” the world number one assured in a press conference after falling 6-7 (5), 7 -5 and 7-6 (5).

“I had a lot of chances and it was a fantastic match, a great battle. But I am very disappointed that I couldn’t take my chances in the second set. In the third set I had a lot of break points,” he summed up Djokovic.

The Serb insisted: “I wasn’t able to capitalize on them when it mattered. He did. Congratulations to him.”

The ATP leader regretted having given alcaraz “lots of free points.” However, he said that he learned good lessons from the match and the Madrid tournament.

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