Carlos Alcaraz has an extraordinary data in the Slams



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Carlos Alcaraz has an extraordinary data in the Slams
Carlos Alcaraz has an extraordinary data in the Slams (Provided by Tennis World USA)

For the second consecutive year, the Spanish tennis player Carlos Alcaraz wins the ATP Masters 1000 in Madrid, a home tournament on clay-courts. A tournament won clearly and without particular problems, thanks to a long series of forfeits in extremis or sensational defeats to say the least.

In the final, Carlos beat the lucky loser Jan-Lennard Struff, a 33 year-old German player who lived the week of his life here in Madrid. Carlos suffered more than expected but won by playing the set without worries decisive and with all the pressure on his side.

Alcaraz is only 20 years old, but he has already achieved several records and at the moment nobody seems able to really stop him. The ATP ranking shows that he is only 5 points in the ranking from the world number one Novak Djokovic, but an overtaking in the coming weeks appears likely with the Spaniard dominating and not stopping.

Only injuries held back the Spaniard between the end of last year and the beginning of 2023 who did not compete in the Atp Finals and Australian Open. Meanwhile, with the victory in Madrid, Alcaraz has conquered yet another record, a data where it was the only one in history.

The Spanish tennis player is the first in history to have a percentage of 100% in the finals of major tournaments (ATP Masters 1000 and Grand Slam tournaments) and in Madrid he scored 5 out of 5. Twice in Madrid, Miami, Indian Wells and the US Open: Spain and the United States therefore represent the venues where Alcaraz made history, and could soon even equal the only tennis player to have made five out of five in the 1000m finals, namely the American tennis player Jim Courier.

Maybe already in Rome this week where Carlos will participate and will be one of the great protagonists, together with the number one Novak Djokovic, Holger Rune and Jannik Sinner, the most awaited man in Italy. It starts in two days, Alcaraz remains one of the most awaited men and already in Rome the Spanish tennis player can overtake Novak Djokovic in the standings and become number one again in the world. Alcaraz is now the new little king of the circuit, the heir to the Big Three.

Carlos Alcaraz