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I need to be essential for the couple of players that made the Daylight Twofold” – Carlos Alcaraz cautions contest as reigning champion arrives at Miami Open QF

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Carlos Alcaraz wishes to turn out to be only the twelfth and the most youthful ever player to finish the Daylight Twofold — winning the Indian Wells and the Miami Open around the same time.

Subsequent to guaranteeing the title at the 2023 BNP Paribas Open without dropping a set recently, the Spaniard has enrolled three straight-set wins to arrive at the quarterfinals of the Miami Open. On Tuesday, the World No. 1 crushed home expectation Tommy Paul 6-4, 6-4 in one hour and 36 minutes. He broke his adversary two times and hit 24 victors, contrasted with only nine from the American.

In his post-match question and answer session, the 19-year-old was inquired as to whether winning the Daylight Twofold was at the forefront of his thoughts. That’s what Alcaraz expressed despite the fact that he never looked farther than his next match, pondering the interesting achievement was troublesome now. He conceded that he wished to be among the couple of players who have won the two occasions in a similar season.

The 11 players whom Alcaraz wishes to join are Jim Dispatch, Michael Chang, Pete Sampras, Steffi Graf, Marcelo Rios, Andre Agassi, Kim Clijsters, Roger Federer, Novak Djokovic, Victoria Azarenka, and Iga Swiatek.

Having lost just a single match out of 18 this year, Alcaraz seems to be the player to beat and gets each opportunity to get into the rundown, alongside Elena Rybakina, who won the 2023 Indian Wells Open on the ladies’ side and has now arrived at the elimination rounds in Miami.

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