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Carlos Alcaraz Docuseries Served Up At Netflix

Following his appearance at The Netflix Slam, Carlos Alcaraz is expanding his relationship with the streamer.

Alcaraz, who bested Rafael Nadal in the live tennis tournament that aired earlier this month, is the subject of an eponymous docuseries about the 2024 tennis season.

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It comes after the Spaniard, who just reached the quarter finals of Indian Wells, created buzz that he was involved further with Netflix after writing Tudum – Netflix’s catchphrase – on a camera after his victory against Fábián Marozsán in the round of 16 at the BNP Paribas Open.

The docuseries comes after it emerged that Netflix had canceled its last tennis docuseries, Break Point, after two seasons.

Filming for Alcaraz started during The Netflix Slam and the series will look at his career on and off the court over the 2024 season.

It will be produced by Spanish production company Morena Films, which is behind Netflix’s upcoming soccer docuseries La Liga.

“I am very happy for this experience with Morena Films and Netflix. People are going to get to watch everything you don’t see on a tennis court. I think it’s something very different. I hope you enjoy this series as much as I will,” said Alcaraz.

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