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Carlos Alcaraz Becomes Youngest Man To Reach Grand Slam Finals On All Three Surfaces


Carlos Alcaraz is poised to become the best player men’s tennis has ever seen.

At just 21 years old, the Spaniard has reached major finals on all three surfaces, making him the youngest player in history to achieve this feat.

Alcaraz narrowly defeated the new world No. 1, Jannik Sinner, on Friday in five sets to secure his place in Sunday’s French Open final, where he will face Germany’s No. 4, Alexander Zverev.

It’s not just his incredible tennis skills or record-breaking achievements that have fans worldwide excited about Alcaraz; it’s also his relentless fighting spirit in every match.

Many of the qualities Alcaraz displays are reminiscent of the traits fans have admired in Rafael Nadal for decades.

While Alcaraz and Nadal share much in common, Alcaraz surpasses Nadal in the record books as the youngest man to reach a Grand Slam final on all three surfaces.

Here’s how Alcaraz ranks among the sport’s greatest:

  • Carlos Alcaraz: 21 years, 1 month
  • Andre Agassi: 22 years, 1 month
  • Bjorn Borg: 22 years, 2 months
  • Rafael Nadal: 22 years, 6 months
  • Jim Courier: 22 years, 10 months
  • Mats Wilander: 23 years, 9 days

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