A victory against Russian Medvedev (6-3 and 6-2, in 70 minutes) snatches the top spot in the rankings from Djokovic and clinches his third Masters 1000 title.

INDIAN WELLS, CALIFORNIA – MARCH 16: Carlos Alcaraz of Spain celebrates defeating Felix Auger-Aliassime of Canada in the quarter finals during the BNP Paribas Open on March 16, 2023 in Indian Wells, California. (Photo by Julian Finney/Getty Images)


November 2022   

Carlos received an uproarious reception at the Pala Alpitour in Turin, where he was presented with the ATP No. 1 trophy by Pepperstone. The 19-year-old is the youngest player in history to win the award.

US Open 2022         

Carlos Alcaraz made history on September 11 by clinching the US Open, his first Grand Slam, at just 19 years old.

. The tennis player from Murcia triumphed in a hard-fought match against Norwegian Casper Ruud (6-4, 2-6, 7-6, and 6-3), who made things very difficult for the new world number one, thus becoming the youngest world number 1 in history.


ATP 500 GODÓ            _________       

On April 24, 2022, he won the ATP 500 Masters Barcelona Open Banc Sabadell, also known as the Conde de Godó trophy. He defeated Tsitsipas, Alex de Minaur, Jaume Munar, and in the final, Pablo Carreño Busta with a 6-3, 6-2.

This marked the highest ranking of his career as number 32, at 18 years, 6 months, and 3 days, making him the player with the best ranking at his age since Hewitt (18) in 1999.

He achieved the Umag 2021 title at 18 years, 2 months, and 12 days

Declared the youngest ATP Tour champion since Nishikori (18) at Delray Beach 2018, and the youngest Spanish champion since Nadal (18), just 8 days younger when winning Sopot 2004.

He has won at least one match in each of the four Grand Slams, all in his first participation, at 18 years, 3 months, and 25 days (surpassing Nadal, Djokovic, and Federer).

This marks his fourth title win in 2023.

Carlos Alcaraz Clinches Mutua Madrid Open Title Again.

The Spaniard defeated the german Jan-Lennard Struff in a tight final with a score of 6-4, 3-6, and 6-3, after 2 hours and 25 minutes of intense play.

MADRID, SPAIN- MAY 8: Images of Carlos Alcaraz (ESP) on day 8,
photo by Corinne Dubreuil/ATP Tour

Argentina Open 2023         

At 19, Carlos secures the clay courts of Buenos Aires, marking his seventh career title following victories in 2021 at Umag and in 2022 at Rio de Janeiro, the Miami Masters 1000, Barcelona, the Madrid Masters 1000, and the US Open.

Alcaraz became the first Spaniard to reach the Buenos Aires tournament final since the edition 2016. 

2016. _________


On May 8th, 2022, he dethroned Zverev and claimed victory on Madrid’s clay. The “Murciano” proved invincible in finals, winning all five contested and becoming the third Spaniard to reign in the capital of Spain after Ferrero and Nadal.

MÁSTERS MIAMI 2022_________

On April 3rd, 2022, he achieved the Miami Masters title after defeating three top 10 players during the tournament, becoming the first Spaniard to win said tournament in the male category and the third youngest player in history to win a Masters 1000.


This marks his second Grand Slam victory, following his triumph at the US Open in 2022.


In June 2023, he secures the Queen’s title in London, among perhaps the most knowledgeable tennis audience in the world, cementing his place in Carlitos’ illustrious career. This adds up to his fifth title of the season. Carlos Alcaraz defends his title at the 2023 Barcelona Open Banc Sabadell, making him the fourth Spanish tennis player to inscribe his name twice in the historic trophy’s list.______________


In February 2022, he competes in the Rio Open 2022, an ATP 500 tournament on the circuit. Securing his first title in this category (the youngest to achieve this).


He defeats Ramos-Viñolas in his ATP Tour debut at Rio de Janeiro 2020 at the age of 16.

Becoming the youngest player to win a match since Garín (16) in Viña del Mar 2013, and the first Spanish champion since Nadal (15) in Mallorca 2002.

He surprises world number 3 Tsitsipas in the fifth-set tiebreaker towards to the US Open 2021 quarter-finals at just 18 years old.

Becoming the youngest quarterfinalist at the US Open in the Open Era and at a Grand Slam since Chang (18) at Roland Garros 1990.

He achieves the most significant rise in the ATP Ranking in 2021, finishing the year in the TOP 50.

Climbing 109 positions from number 141 to 32.


The fourth youngest finalist in the US Open since the beginning of the Open Era (1968)

He is the first Spaniard to reach the quarterfinals in his debut at a US Open.



He boasts a record of 20-4 with 3 Challenger titles in 2020, claiming victories in Barcelona and Alicante at the age of 17.

Becoming the youngest back-to-back tournament champion since the establishment of the ATP Challenger Tour in 1978.

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