Carlos Alcarez becoming Wimbledon champion is not the end of Novak Djokovic’s dominance, know how it is different from Federer’s win over Sampras

20-year-old Carlos Alcarez defeating 36-year-old Novak Djokovic in the Wimbledon 2023 men’s singles final in Spain is not the end of an era, but the beginning of a new one.

This Michael Jordan story (before the 1992 Olympic camp) takes place when the aging Earvin ‘Magic’ Johnson was basketball’s undisputed GOAT (Greatest of All Time). For the practice match, the team was divided into two squads. It was a routine morning exercise that turned into a clash of big egos where no one was willing to back down.

Michael Jordan was in full bloom that day, his blistering game reminding Johnson that his magic had faded. He is no longer unbeatable. After the game, Johnson was sitting next to Larry Bird, another veteran of his generation, drying off a sweat. Then Michael Jordan came towards him and with a strange smile on his face said, ‘There’s a new sheriff in town.’ To this Johnson said softly to Byrd, ‘He is not lying.’

‘New sheriff enters town’

This is called the power shift moment in basketball. The same happened on Sunday, 16 July 2023 at Wimbledon when Carlos Alcarez defeated the GOAT of world tennis and 23-time Grand Slam winner Novak Djokovic in a match that lasted 4 hours 42 minutes. The 20-year-old Alcarez made his performance seem like there was a new sheriff in town, and he wasn’t lying.


Wimbledon gets new champion: 20-year-old Carlos Alcarez ends 7-time champion Novak Djokovic’s reign

There are also those who saw in him 17 years old Boris Becker. As happened in the 1985 final. Boris Becker then defeated Kevin Curren born in South Africa. That encounter was also a display of youthful vigor and bold ambition. Alcarez and Djokovic’s match reminded others of the historic fourth-round match at Wimbledon in 2001, when Roger Federer defeated Pete Sampras.

Alcarez defeating Djokovic is very different

However, Carlos Alcarez beating Novak Djokovic is quite different. This is not the end of an era, but the beginning of a new era. It is also the beginning of an age-long rivalry on the tennis court. Baker was 17 when he beat Kevin, and Alcarez won the Wimbledon crown as world No. 1. It was easy for Federer, as Sampras was on the decline of his career. At the same time, Alcarez was up against the best tennis player the world has ever seen, who is at the peak of his career.

Wimbledon gets next generation champion

Men’s tennis has long been waiting for the next generation of champions to emerge. Novak Djokovic, Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer have kept many players from challenging, but Wimbledon 2023 will be remembered for the Grand Slam when tennis found a true champion with the ability to shake the foundations of old giants Is.

Novak Djokovic did not play in US Open

Alcarez won the US Open, but Djokovic did not play in that tournament. Ever since Roger Federer retired and Rafael Nadal headed into retirement, it seemed like the door was wide open for Djokovic. However, the five-set Wimbledon final proved that Grand Slam competition would remain if Alcarez remained in the draw.


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On Sunday, Alcarez had an answer for Djokovic’s every move. Djokovic made a great start, but could not move forward. He tried to slow down the pace of the match but that did not deter the youngster. Djokovic increased the speed of the shots, but his trick also did not work. Alcarez matched him shot by shot, volley by volley, service by service.


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