After his student’s victory, the Spanish coach joined his compatriot and Eurosport analyst Alex Corretja to celebrate the victory. There he said there was more in the barrel for the new US Open champion.
“I told him I don’t even see him at 60 percent. He can improve a lot of things. We both know we have to keep working.”
“You have to keep working at a high level and playing in tournaments to keep winning,” said the Spaniard, who himself reached number one in the world rankings at the US Open in 2003. Ferrero added, “Once you’re number one, there won’t be anything else. In fact, that’s when the hard work begins.”
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hungry for more
Alcaraz was also determined to keep improving. “This is something I dreamed about as a kid. It’s something I worked hard for with my team and family.
Now I’m going to enjoy this moment, but of course I’m hungry for more. I want to stay on top for years.”
“I was a bit tired. I just always say there is no time to get tired during the final match of the tournament. You have to give your all and that is something I worked hard on.”
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