Carlos Alcaraz, the second seed at the 2024 Australian Open, expressed his social media preference in a recent interview.
Carlos Alcaraz is gearing up to kick off his campaign at the 2024 Australian Open following an impressive season last year, he shared insights in an interview about his preferred social media platform and the one he uses the most frequently.
“We got Instagram, Snapchat, TikTok, Twitter, Facebook. What kind of a guy are you? Where do you fall with all of those.”-Interviewer to Carlos Alcaraz
The Spaniard stated that he primarily uses Instagram, Twitter and TikTok. However, he acknowledged using TikTok less than other platforms due to his lack of dancing skills.
“I go with Instagram a lot, Twitter a lot, TikTok a little bit…but I’m not really good at dancing so…and that’s all. That’s all for me!”– Carlos Alcaraz to interviewer
The 20-year-old has developed a huge fanbase with his tennis prowess which has boosted his Instagram follower account named @carlitosalcarazz with 4.4 million, Twitter account with 703.4K, and TikTok account with more than 700K followers.
Having turned pro in 2018, Alcaraz reached the pinnacle as the No.1 player in men’s singles. His successful career includes 12 ATP tour-level singles titles, notably securing victories at the 2022 US Open and the 2023 Wimbledon Open.
“He is the de-factor heir of the Big 3” – Novak Djokovic ex-coach heaps praise on Carlos Alcaraz
Carlos Alcaraz emerged as the only player to defeat Novak Djokovic in Grand Slam events in 2023, defeating him in a challenging five-set Wimbledon final. With two Grand Slam titles under his belt, he has already surpassed many promising talents.
Novak Djokovic’s former coach, Nikola Pilic, in an interview, mentioned Alcaraz as the successor to the ‘Big 3’ of tennis after his title at the Madrid Open.
“When Carlos Alcaraz won Madrid, I said he was the de facto heir of the ‘Big 3′”-Nikola Pilic in an interview
However, Pilic did express uncertainty about Alcaraz’s ability to continue performing at the highest level for a long period due to the numerous injuries suffered at a young age which might impact his physical fitness.
“But are you going to tell me that he will play for another 12 years like today? he’s strong, and he’s a good player, like it.”
“But his body is wasted, that is true. How many injuries has he had so far. Regardless, he plays great.”-Nikola Pilic in an interview