Carlos Alcaraz & Lamine Yamal Help Hurt Sergio Garcia Forget Royal Troon Wounds Temporarily

Spain! Spain! Spain! There aren’t many occasions when we see elite athletes- a golf team, a tennis star, and a soccer team from the same country compete on the same day. And the sports world is abuzz with the turn of events. Sergio Garcia is also expecting more of a dream scenario, forgetting his Open Championship heartbreak, for which he could not qualify for the second successive year. However, we are so close to witnessing this amazing feat only if we get lucky enough.

In a pre-tournament presser, as reported by ASAP sports, at Real Club Valderrama, the Spanish hero was asked to imagine a scenario where Spain’s Soccer team wins the Euros final, Carlos Alcaraz wins the Wimbledon finals, and of course, his team Fireball wins at the home turf, all on the Sunday showdown. In response to the question, he stated, “Well, that’s a lot of ifs…Let’s go slowly, slowly, slowly. “ 

First, to make this scenario happen, Garcia and his teammates Eugenio Chacarra, David Puig, and Abraham Ancer must show resilience and put in hard work from day one, he added, “I guess slowly but surely, the thing we have to do, all four of us, is have a solid week going into Sunday, put as many of us as possible up there with a chance. That would be a good start.”

Sergio Garcia at LIV Golf event
Golf – The inaugural LIV Golf Invitational – Centurion Club, Hemel Hempstead, St Albans, Britain – June 9, 2022 Spain’s Sergio Garcia of team Fireballs speaks to the media after the first round Action Images via Reuters/Paul Childs

The 44-year-old emphasized that his team needed a good week to make this happen. Second, the World No. 3 Tennis star Carlos Alcaraz has to clear the semi-final hurdle on Friday, July 12. Subsequently, Garcia also noted that for the Euro 2024 final, where Spain will battle with England for the title, he will watch the match and hope for a great outcome.

As the 11x PGA Tour winner states, “And then Carlos needs to win today, and afterwards, we’ll watch Spain against England and see if we can make it an unbelievable Sunday.”

The Spanish acknowledged that many things need to fall into place for this desire for success in each game. Moving further fans worldwide are ready to set off an intriguing event at the LIV Golf Andalucia.

Can the elites make Sergio Garcia’s weekend dream come true?

Well, to start with, the Spanish Tennis star, Carlos Alcaraz, should have to clear the semi-final hurdle first. For that, he needed to defeat the Russian, Daniil Medvedev. And after he gets past him, he will face one of the semi-finalists, the great Novak Djokovic and Lorenzo Musetti. The 21-year-old has all the capability to clinch his second successive Wimbledon as the last time he beat Novak Djokovic with scores 1–6, 7–6 (8–6), 6–1, 3–6, 6–4 to win the gentlemen’s singles tennis title.

Next comes the Spanish Soccer team, led by captain Alvaro Morata. The squad’s heads are high after an out-of-the-world win in the semi-final, with a score of 2-1 against the football giants France. The 16-year-old prodigy, and FC Barcelona player, Lamine Yamal, scored a tiebreaker goal against the French team. Notably, he is a top-pick youngster of the tournament, who holds 4 assists in overall 6 games played in the Euro Cup.

Imagine the scenes: Sergio sinking a birdie putt, Carlos Alcaraz acing a forehand winner, and the young prodigy Lamine Yamal, orchestrating a goal. It’s a dream scenario, indeed, not only for Garcia but for the entire nation. Share what you think in the comments section below.

The post Carlos Alcaraz & Lamine Yamal Help Hurt Sergio Garcia Forget Royal Troon Wounds Temporarily appeared first on EssentiallySports.

English Spanish