Spain’s next big thing Alcaraz bows out on second round

Carlos Alcaraz's maiden Grand Slam ended in the second round of the Australian Open on Thursday, but his loss to Swede Mikael Ymer did nothing to dampen the excitement surrounding the Spanish teenage talent. The 17-year-old has drawn the inevitable comparisons with compatriot Rafa Nadal, who emerged at a similarly precocious age, and the 20-times Grand Slam champion was among those ready to talk up his potential this week. Although hardly an unknown entity when he arrived in Australia, Alcaraz made quite a statement with a 6-3 6-3 thrashing of world number 15 David Goffin in the Great Ocean Road Australian Open warm-up.

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