Monte-Carlo: Djokovic, Alcaraz, and what a character a writer is looking for!

We are not in the great years of the 80’s and 90’s, when the world was crowded with super heroes during the transition from tennis conors to Borg and McEnroe and from Lendel to Baker and Edberg, Agassi and Sampras and Ivanisevich through Wilder and Noah. Today all those exceptional points, though – probably – the fall of superstars Federer and Nadal and Djokovic, they are not there. However, there are always a number of candidates for the Oscar for Best Actor in the middle-upper class.

Let’s take a look at this particular moment which, after the extreme progress of epidemics and the study of all kinds of sports and tennis, makes it really difficult to constantly emerge if you do not care deeply about every detail. Starting from a very strong athletic foundation, from an increasingly refined techno-strategic completeness and from the emotional resilience of experienced spleologists.

Let’s talk about the Monte-Carlo tournament which starts on Sunday and usually enjoys the status of Masters 1000 is not a “compulsory event”, so without the obligation to participate first, proudly show the unique beauty of the country club while overlooking the sea. Cটte d’Azur and the aristocracy of a tournament born in 1897, took advantage of the opportunity to help many racquet ‘profs’ who have established their tax havens in the principality to ensure themselves a worthy “partner de roi”. .

This year, however, due to a number of favorable conditions, the traditional opening season tournament on the ground, which will shine at the Internazionale d’Italia in Rome on May 8 and end at Roland Garros on May 22, will be particularly significant and will still be much desired by customers. Will. Rafa Nadal, the most powerful clay court player of all time, 11-time champion in the Garden of the Princess of Monaco, world number 2, Daniel Medvedev, Dominic Theme, two finalists of the Roland Garros bar, Matteo Beretinir near Matteo Berettir Would guarantee.

Case Djekovic

Serbia’s Novak I, despite not wanting to be vaccinated against Kovid, is still number one in the world and for this stubborn position he had to miss the first Grand Slam (Australian Open) and the first two Masters 1000 of the season (Indian Wells and Miami) at his favorite cement, now at the start of the season. And is forced to press the accelerator on a less successful surface. He is said to have distorted his practice a bit and increased the pressure on those who, more than ever before, were asked to stop criticizing the goal of the most important tournament, after missing the Grand Slam in the final last year, in the US final. He has won four of the four finals in the open, and has often focused on the Madrid-Rome-Paris trip. What would it mean for him to win now and show the world that nothing has changed, was it really worth losing some sponsors to defend a policy like No-Wax One?


– Novak Djokovic (jDjokerNole) April 3, 2022

Spanish threat

After an incredible battle against Rafa in Indian Wells and a thrilling win in the semifinals in Miami, the spotlight is on the Spanish sensational Carlos Alcaraz, who turned 19 on 5 May and has already risen to 11th. In order for the world to continue in virtual slams parallel to shots of precocity records with its compatriot Nadal, the student of Juan Carlos Ferrero must also be popular in the principality, where the Spanish Super Southappa dominated, the 16-year-old, the outgoing champion of Roland Garros, Albar. If he was so fascinated by concrete, what would the devil of Morsi do in the place where the red mud was born?

NextGen frustrated

Former Next General Zverev-Sitcipas-Rublev’s Super Triad has come out devastated by the first fire of the season and, right in Monte-Carlo, has been strongly inspired to give new impetus to their ambition for greatness. But he is the target of other youngsters, starting with Caspar Rudd and Janic Sinar, while we will exclude the other former NextGen, Hurkaz and Aliasim because of their technical features and rather quick habits. The Canadian who has very few ears at the moment and has never been a red hero but has been followed by European land master uncle Tony.

Charge blue

Fabio Fognini, the other three Italians born on the ground – the extraordinary winner of 2019 – Lorenzo Sonego and Lorenzo Musetio are legitimate candidates for hero. They also have the features and techniques and personality to appear in the Principality Tour as much as the atmosphere, temperature and Italian exhilaration and are ideal for re-launching at such a delicate moment of the season after a non-supernatural start.

Wandering minus

Last year Cameron Norie surprised his left-hand shot, especially Lale: Why not repeat yourself at the country club? What better opportunity could there be for veteran Kareno Busta, Bautista Agut and Schwartzman to return to the limelight? And how much will Coric, Monfils and Dimitrov have to reappear?

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