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Tennis Stars Discuss Formula 1 and Racing Talents: Insights from Iga Swiatek, Carlos Alcaraz, and More


In a recent interview with Tennis Channel, several tennis players, including Iga Swiatek, Carlos Alcaraz, and Naomi Osaka, shared their thoughts on Formula 1 and their potential as racing drivers. While some expressed enthusiasm for the sport, others acknowledged their reservations.


Iga Swiatek, known for her exceptional tennis skills, admitted that she might not excel as an F1 driver due to her aversion to adrenaline-fueled activities. On the other hand, Carlos Alcaraz remained neutral, suggesting his performance would fall somewhere in between.


Swiatek confessed, “I am not an adrenaline junkie, so for sure, I would be scared of even going faster than 100 miles an hour.” Alcaraz, meanwhile, remarked, “Let’s say not too bad. Not good, but not too bad.”


Despite varying opinions, some players expressed confidence in their racing abilities. Jessica Pegula believed she would make a good F1 driver, citing her passion for driving. Andy Murray attributed his skills to his experience in go-karting during his younger years.


However, not all players shared the same optimism. Stefanos Tsitsipas and Arthur Fils acknowledged that their body types might not be suitable for the sport, while others, like Frances Tiafoe and Holger Rune, were less confident in their driving abilities.


When asked about their favorite F1 drivers, players had diverse preferences. Carlos Alcaraz expressed admiration for Fernando Alonso, while Andy Murray, Naomi Osaka, and others named Lewis Hamilton as their top choice.


Overall, the discussion shed light on the varied perspectives of tennis stars regarding Formula 1 and racing talents, showcasing their interests beyond the tennis court.

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