It does seem like it's loud! He's an electric player, U.S. tennis needs him. Love seeing the home crowd embrace him like this. Hope he can pull this out.
Tiafoe was lucky to last that long. His 1st serve percentage was way too low. Someone like Djokovic would have destroyed him.3 straight 5 set wins for Alcarez and in each match he plays better and better. He’s the future of the sport.
Heck of a tournament for Tiafoe as well. Let’s hope he builds on this.
What a year for Alcaraz, the kid is an absolute stud.
His combination of speed and sheer power is quite something.Yes he is! Youngest #1 in the history of the sport. His timing is amazing too as he'll just be coming into his prime as the Big 3 exit. He'll battle Novak for a few years still but Carlos is primed to win many Slams. He's a blast to watch.
I thought both he and Ruud commenting after the match on 9/11 and being in NYC on this milestone was very classy.