Carlos Alcaraz bounces back from his loss at Roland Garros to win the tournament at Queens

Carlos Alcaraz, Queens (CNN)

Carlos Alcaraz was visibly disappointed in himself as he left Roland Garros after losing to Novak Djokovic. The game the whole world has been waiting for. Today, the Spaniard closes that chapter by winning the Queens tournament on grass and returning to No. 1 in the rankings.

What happened in the match between Carlos Alcaraz and Novak Djokovic at Roland Garros was a shock to the entire tennis world. Tennis experts and legends of the discipline from the beginning of the Paris Slam saw the Spaniards as the winner of the event. Even the defiant John McEnroe was in favor of Alcaraz. However, he quickly showed in the match against Djokovic that this is not yet his moment to win. Alcaraz lost the match not only with the Serb, but above all with his own body. The Spaniard struggled with recurring cramps in every part of his body from the middle of the match.

Alcaraz left Paris disappointed with himself, which he was unable to hide in the post-match conference after meeting Djokovic. However, he did not let the events of Roland Garros affect the rest of his season. The Spaniard has just arrived in England, where he competes in tournaments preceding Wimbledon. Looks like he’s been reborn as he just won the Queens grass competition.

Carlos Alcaraz beat Alex De Minaur 6-4, 6-4 in the Queens final. With this win, the Spaniard will return to the top of the ATP rankings. Check out clips from the final below.

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