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Alcaraz will finally be back in action next week after being sidelined by two different injuries. The 19-year-old retired in the second set tiebreak of his Paris Masters quarter-final against Rune on November 4, later revealing he tore a muscle in his abdomen.
It forced the US Open champion to end his breakthrough season early, pulling out of the ATP Finals and Davis Cup, but he was able to hold onto his spot at the top of the rankings to be crowned the year-end No 1. With Alcaraz then expected to come back at the Australian Open, he picked up a new leg injury in pre-season training and had to withdraw as Novak Djokovic won the title and dethroned him as world No 1.
But fans won’t have to wait much longer to see the six-time title winner back in action as he will headline next week’s Argentina Open and is already on the way to his first tournament in three months. “See you soon,” the current world No 2 wrote, sharing a photo of himself and his brother Alvaro on the plane.