Carlos Alcaraz will be this year at the Mexican Open, which will be held in Acapulco from March 15 to 20. The organizers of the ATP 500 tournament granted an invitation to the 17-year-old from Murcia, who debuted his winning record at Grand Slams, in his debut against the Dutch Van de Zandschulp and then lost in the second round to the Swede Mikael Ymer.
Alcaraz, which next Monday will be one of the top 130 in the world ranking, will be part of a luxury payroll, which in principle leads the Greek Stefanos Tsitsipas, although the event, which is played on a hard court, he hopes to have the current champion, Rafa Nadal, if the Balearic accepts an invitation.
In the list of participants there is another confirmed Spanish, Pablo Andújar, and Alexander Zverev, Diego Schwartzman, Milos Raonic, Kevin Anderson are confirmed, Fabio Fognini, Felix Auger-Aliassime, Grigor Dimitrov and the Chilean Christian Garín, among others. For Carlos Alcaraz it will be his fourth ATP tournament in the main draw, after Rio de Janeiro, the Great Ocean Road Open in Melbourne, where David Goffin beat the top-20, and the Australian Open. His balance is 4-3.