Carlos Alcaraz gets a crazy precocity milestone

The Spanish talent has a fact that certifies his strength compared to his young age

by Lorenzo Ciotti
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Carlos Alcaraz gets a crazy precocity milestone
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At 20, Carlos Alcaraz has already achieved unprecedented heights in tennis. The Spanish talent, who will turn 21 next May, has shown that he has those innate skills that only a select few have every generation. He is a predestined who, with Jannik Sinner, will dominate tennis in the coming years.

The Spaniard won the ATP Master 1000 in Indian Wells on Sunday. This is the thirteenth tournament won in his career, including 2 Slam titles and 5 ATP Master 1000 titles.

They are impressive numbers, if you consider that the Spanish player has not yet turned 21 having been born on 5 May 2003. There are some numbers that indicate his great precocity and which deserve to be underlined.

Taking into consideration the period from 1990 to today, Alcaraz is in second place overall among the players who have won the most ATP titles before celebrating their twenty-first birthday.

Unreachable in this ranking in first place is Rafael Nadal who even before turning 21 had already won 21 titles. Behind Carlos Alcaraz there are other names of great prestige who have won at a very young age. Third place for Lleyton Hewitt with 12 titles, followed by Pete Sampras, Novak Djokovic and Andy Roddick with 10 titles won.

The Ukrainian Andrej Medvedev, the Russian Marat Safin and the Argentine Juan Martin Del Potro still follow.

Carlos Alcaraz
Carlos Alcaraz© Clive Brunskill / Staff Getty Images Sport
 

The amazing data of Carlitos Alcaraz

Alcaraz, who was also the first player to defend his title at Indian Wells since Novak Djokovic's three victories in a row in 2014-2015-2016, also has important numbers in his career when compared to those of the Big Three, namely Roger Federer, Novak Djokovic and Rafael Nadal.

The data is provided by the profile X Jeu, Set et Maths. At Carlos Alcaraz's current age, Roger Federer was further behind with the construction site as he had only won 3 overall titles including 1 Master 1000 and as best ranking he had only reached number 8 in the world.

It's another story if we talk about a player like Rafael Nadal who started winning at a very young age. At Alcaraz's current age he had already won 18 titles including 2 Grand Slams, 7 ATP Master 1000s and was number 2 in the world rankings.

Finally Novak Djokovic at Alcaraz's current age had won 9 titles including 1 Grand Slam, 3 ATP Master 1000 and as the best ATP world ranking he had reached number 3.

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