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When it comes to tennis, there are only a few stars who are expected to carry forward the legacy that the Big 3 had on the sport. The likes of Jannik Sinner and Carlos Alcaraz, being in their early 20s have shown clear potential and could be on their way to creating an ever-lasting legacy. However, the recent form of the Spaniard has been a matter of concern for many.

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Reflecting his views on the same, a former tennis professional, in a recent interview, came ahead and sparked his opinion on the ongoing rivalry between these two upcoming stars. While going all in for the latest Australian Open champion, he highlighted major things that Alcaraz needs to learn from Sinner.

Ex-Italian tennis pro delivers tough talk while urging Carlos Alcaraz to learn from Jannik Sinner’s mental toughness

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In a recent revelation, former Italian pro Paolo Betrolucci came ahead and compared the journeys of young tennis talents Carlos Alcaraz and Jannik Sinner. According to Betrolucci, Alcaraz is technically strong but lacks Sinner’s mental strength. He suggests that Alcaraz sometimes prioritizes showy plays over winning points, potentially causing him to lose matches.

Betrolucci further points out Sinner’s mental resilience and advises Alcaraz to adopt a more practical approach, especially in crucial moments. Despite being just two years younger than Sinner, Alcaraz needs to unlock his full potential and avoid unpredictable performances marked by highs and lows in his career.

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“In my opinion, Alcaraz has an incredible technical background, even physically, but mentally he is light years away from Sinner. He looks for something else besides the point, many times he seems to be having fun and involving the public because his tennis is made up of special effects. content with making a point, he wants to do it with a double somersault, with a somersault. They are beautiful things, which drive you crazy, but sometimes they make you lose games,” said the Italian pro in the interview.

“He is two years younger than Sinner, he is very young and if they manage to channel him he will be a splendid player to be admired for a long time. Otherwise, it will be fluctuating with very high peaks and sudden drops,” he further continued.

Thus, despite being just 2 years younger, Carlos Alcaraz has a lot to learn from the Italian sensation. While having sensational gameplay of his own, there are certain things that he will have to work on to make sure that he reaches new heights. While Paolo spoke highly about the Italian international, former tennis legend Andy Roddick also joined hands in speaking highly about the Italian sensation.

Andy Roddick claims Jannik Sinner is the LeBron James of the tennis

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In another interview, Andy Roddick came ahead and suggested that Jannik Sinner, who has taken the tennis world by storm is a perfect replacement for the Big 3. While praising both him and Daniil Medvedev, he suggested that the new generation looks pretty much like LeBron James.

“I draw the parallels with it in the NBA. LeBron James is physically bigger than Karl Malone and he is also the fastest guy on the court. I think that’s what we are seeing. We talk about the next generation post Big Three and I think this is it,” said Roddick while suggesting that the next generation in the tennis world post the dominance of Big 3 is finally here.

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Thus, Andy Roddick claims that Jannik Sinner could lead the charge from the front as he looks all set to take the tennis world by storm. While Carlos Alcaraz could give him a tough time in the future, many believe that the Italian is already ahead of the young Spaniard.

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