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Tennis World Reacts To Unfortunate Carlos Alcaraz New

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2022 was the year that teenage tennis phenom Carlos Alcaraz took the world by storm, ending as the No. 1 ranked player in the world. Unfortunately, his 2023 is off to a very rough start.

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Taking to Twitter on Friday, Alcaraz announced that he suffered an injury in training this week. As a result, he has decided to withdraw from the upcoming Australian Open.

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This past summer, Alcaraz made history by winning the U.S. Open and becoming the youngest ever No. 1 ranked tennis player in the world. He claimed five calendar titles, and became the youngest ever winner of the Rio Open, Miami Open and the Madrid Open in the process.

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The tennis world is gutted for Alcaraz and are sending their best wishes on his quick recovery:

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Carlos Alcaraz defeated Casper Ruud in the U.S. Open Final to claim the first Grand Slam of his career. The win made him the first teenager to win the prestigious tournament since the great Pete Sampras over 30 years prior.

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But injuries kept him out of a few more events in the months to come. That didn't stop him from finishing the year as the ATP No. 1 player.

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Hopefully this injury is just a spot of bad luck and not a sign of things to come. He's far to young to be picking up this many injuries.When will we see Alcaraz on the clay next?

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Hopefully this injury is just a spot of bad luck and not a sign of things to come. He's far to young to be picking up this many injuries.When will we see Alcaraz on the clay next?