High level Carlos Alcaraz He will miss the rest of the season after suffering a hamstring tear while playing at the Paris Masters.
The Spaniard withdrew in the second round of the final against the 19-year-old. Holger Run in their quarterfinal match on Friday. Following the medical tests, the US Open champion He posted a list of the damage on Saturday.
“Unfortunately, this is the result of my injury: internal involuntary muscle tear in the left abdominal wall with an estimated recovery time of six weeks,” Alcaraz wrote on Twitter. “I won’t make the ATP Finals or the Davis Cup Finals. It’s hard and painful to miss these two events that are so important to me, but all I can do is stay positive and focus on my recovery.”
The ATP Finals are scheduled for November 13-20 in Turin, Italy, while the Davis Cup Finals are scheduled for November 23-27 in Malaga, Spain.
The Australian Open starts on January 16.
Alcaraz will be replaced by America in the ATP Finals Taylor Fritz.
Alcaraz finished an impressive season with a 57-13 record and five titles, including Masters titles in Madrid and Miami. In September, he became the youngest number 1 in the ATP computer rankings since their inception in 1973.