Alcaraz Said Of Dimitrov, Angrily, “I felt like I was 13 years old”

After losing to the Bulgarian in the Miami match, the Spanish tennis player felt let down and inferior to the latter.

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He gave me the impression that I was thirteen years old, which irritates me. After losing 6-2 and 6-4 in 92 minutes of play, comments from Carlos Alcaraz after his match against Dimitrov encapsulate exactly how the Spanish tennis player felt.

The Murcian player gave an explanation for his lack of knowledge regarding how to respond to his opponent’s play: “I was speaking with my team and I had no idea what to do, I had no idea about his weakness, I had no idea.” Though I’m annoyed about it, I was thrilled when I exited the tennis court.”

The quality of the opponent Alcaraz faced prevented him from winning, even though his match wasn’t too poor.

“It seemed to me that he played almost flawless tennis. It was a perfect fit, and I couldn’t find a way to throw him off,” he said.

The second-ranked player in the world is also finishing up his homework and promises that “I’ll make an effort to do a lot of various things every time I play him, but if he is at this level, it will be tough to face him.”

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