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Alcaraz’s name got tattooed after losing a bet: he made a mistake and the tennis player sent him a gift as a consolation

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Alcaraz’s name got tattooed after losing a bet: he made a mistake and the tennis player sent him a gift as a consolation

Alcaraz's name got tattooed after losing a bet: he made a mistake and the tennis player sent him a gift as a consolation

Carlos Alcaraz has a very active life on his social networks. Photo: EFE

Carlos Alcaraz’s interventions on social networks generate great expectations among followers from different parts of the world. The tennis player who is number 7 on the ATP rankings joins in responding to several users and this time made a furore with his response after a fan tattooed the Spaniard’s name with a small mistake.

A few days ago there was a follower who promised to tattoo the 19-year-old tennis player’s name if he replied to a tweet. So it was. “Be careful what you promise. “ Alcaraz responded with laughter and left the follower with no options.

Even so, the funny anecdote does not end there as after getting a tattoo he made a small mistake.

User named @JosepePedrerol shared the result of the tattoo, but whoever was tasked with doing it got the surname wrong. Instead of writing, Alcaraz was engraved on the skin Carlos Alcázar Garfia. With great humor she tried to correct the mistake the way he could, trying to change the letters as if it were text on paper. “Repaired (more or less)”posted on Twitter.

Carlos Alcaraz fan tattoo.  Credits: @Josepe Pedrorol

Carlos Alcaraz fan tattoo. Credits: @Josepe Pedrorol

Having said that, the tennis player decided to continue the conversation and responded with humor and even offered him a gift. “You gave him a pair! I was thinking of changing my name for a few days and switching to Carlos Alcazar, but I think you have earned me sending you a shirt”, detailed Spanish in the bird’s social network.

Alcaraz’s last match at Roland Garros

Alexander Zverev qualified for the Roland Garros semifinals (where he had to leave due to injury against Rafael Nadal) after defeating Spaniard Carlos Alcaraz in a great match 6-4, 6-4, 4-6 and 7-6 (7 ) in three hours and 18 minutes of a great match.

The world number 7 was unable to find a way to counter the German’s game, supported by an excellent serve, which dominated the match from start to finish, with only one bump at the end of the third set, which allowed the Spanish to prolong the duel. The young Spaniard puts an end to a streak of 14 consecutive victories.

Alcaraz failed to improve his roof in a Grand Slam and let his performance from the last US Open match.

Source: Clarin

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