Carlos Alcaraz impresses with a crazy data
by LORENZO CIOTTI | VIEW 8628
Carlos Alcaraz came back on the court and her immediately won a title. More than three months after his last appearance on a court, the talent from El Palmar conquered Buenos Aires by beating Cameron Norrie in the final. With only one set left on the street, moreover in the first match against Laslo Djere, the 19-year-old Spaniard won his seventh ATP title, which already projects him into the Olympus of the most precocious, to achieve important results in the world of Tennis.
Alcaraz certainly doesn't want to stop there and will also take part in the 500 tournament in Rio De Janeiro, already scheduled for this week. Last September Alcaraz, by lifting his first Grand Slam in his career, in Flushing Meadows, became the youngest number one in history, a position then stolen from him at the end of January by Novak Djokovic, winner of the Australian Open.
Carlos Alcaraz impresses with a crazy record
Not a small record, which hinted at the incredible precocity of the tennis player. In the history of this sport there are several athletes who have managed to establish themselves from a very young age.
Some have managed to confirm themselves over the years, others have made a career below expectations. The player who achieved the highest number of trophies won before the age of 20 was Bjorn Borg with 17 ATP titles, an authentic Swedish champion, who retired at the age of 26 after having won 11 Grand Slams.
Behind him Rafael Nadal, a real predestined, capable of winning his first Roland Garros at 19 years old. For him 16 titles. At 13 another Swede, now television commentator Mats Wilander. Then we find another legend, Boris Becker, with 12 tournament wins.
Two lengths from him the American Andrè Agassi (10). At 8, we find Medvedev who then struggled to follow up on the great start of his career. With 7 he closes this curious ranking, tied with Alcaraz, Lleyton Hewitt.
ð Tenistas con más ð antes de cumplir 20 años (Open Era/Men’s Singles):
ð¸ðª Bjorn Borg | 17
ðªð¸ Rafa Nadal | 16
ð¸ðª Mats Wilander | 13
ð©ðª Boris Becker | 12
ðºð¸ Andre Agassi | 10
ðºð¦ Andrei Medvedev | 8
ð¦ðº Lleyton Hewitt | 7
ðªð¸ Carlos Alcaraz | 7 pic.twitter.com/TpKd5Devgz — MisterOnly.Tennis (@OnlyRogerCanFly) February 19, 2023