Conde de Godó 2024: Alcaraz, nonetheless affected, won’t lastly play Godó | Tennis | Sports | EUROtoday

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When consideration targeted on the presence of Rafa Nadal within the Conde de Godó Trophy, the participation of the winner of the competitors for the final two years, Carlos Alcaraz, gave the impression to be taken as a right. The Murcian tennis participant, nonetheless, introduced this Sunday his last-minute withdrawal from the Barcelona Open Banc Sabadell after not having overcome the discomfort he suffers from in his proper forearm, so he won’t be able to defend his title. Alcaraz, who had entered the draw alongside Nadal – the harmless hand of the draw – hoped to land in Barcelona this Sunday to check himself, with the hope positioned on Wednesday, when he would play his first spherical towards the winner of the duel between Luca Van Assche and Zhizhen Zhang. But the sensations in his coaching in Murcia earlier than touring haven’t been good.

This is the second consecutive event that Alcaraz has to surrender on the final minute. Per week in the past he introduced his withdrawal from the Monte Carlo Master 1000 because of the damage to his arm, sporting a bandage on his proper forearm. “I have been working in Monte Carlo, trying to recover until the last moment from the injury to the pronator teres muscle in my right arm, but it has not been possible and I cannot play. I was looking forward to being able to do it,” the tennis participant communicated on his social networks after eliminating himself from the Master 1000. Alcaraz will make his resolution official on Monday, going personally to the Real Club de Tenis de Barcelona. On the horizon are the Madrid tournaments, and in addition Rome, though with Roland Garros as the principle goal on the finish of May. The impediment: arriving in good bodily form, and avoiding the accidents that hang-out the Murcian.

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