The current world number six in tennis is Spanish player Carlos Alcaraz.
He’s just been on tour for two years, yet the 19-year-old has already made it to the quarterfinals of two grand slams.
As the youngest player to win the Rio Open, Miami Open, and Madrid Open, he has set a record for himself with five ATP Tour victories.
He advanced to the semifinals of the tournament in Madrid after eliminating local favourite and tennis legend Rafael Nadal in the fourth round.
Alcaraz’s exceptional athletic abilities have garnered him widespread attention.
He has been likened to a young Nadal and Gal Monfils because of his direct sprints, counterattacking talents from often indefensible locations on the court, and incredibly high peak footspeed.
In Villena, Spain on May 3, 2003 was born Carlos Alcaraz Garfia. His father’s job at the Real Sociedad Club de Campo du Murcia was as the tennis director.
At age 14, Carlos enrolled in the tennis academy of Juan Carlos Ferrero.
What Is Carlos Alcaraz’s Net Worth?
The net worth of Spanish tennis pro-Carlos Alcaraz is $4 million. In August 2022, at the age of 19, Carlos Alcaraz shot to international fame by reaching the final of the US Open.
He entered the final as the #2 player in the world and with career earnings of slightly over $6.3 million.
He was the first player under the age of 20 to reach the semi-finals of the men’s draw at the US Open in 30 years. He advanced to the finals after beating the American favourite Frances Tiafoe.
In February of 2020, Carlos Alcaraz made his professional ATP debut as he won the wild-card singles main event at the Rio Open. He was 16. When Carlos faced Federico Coria in the second round, he was eliminated.
Carlos made it to his first Grand Slam tournament, the Australian Open, the following year. He started out strong by beating his first opponent but ultimately fell in the second round.
A third-round appearance at the 2021 French Open was a career-high for him. They met in the second round at Wimbledon, but he went out.
When Carlos competed in the 2021 US Open, he advanced to the quarterfinals with ease, setting multiple age records in the process. Due to a leg ailment, he was forced to withdraw from the quarterfinals.
Carlos won the Miami Open in April 2022, beating out eventual US Open champion Casper Ruud in the process.
After a long and difficult tournament, Carlos finally prevailed at the Madrid Open in May of 2022.
As the No. 3 seed at the 2022 US Open, Carlos competed in the tournament that August. He won three successive five-set matches to go to the championship round.
Since Pete Sampras, also at the age of 19, reached the semifinals of the US Open in 1990, he was the youngest man to do so since then and then went on to win the tournament.
Carlos meets Casper Ruud in the grand finale. The victor of the US Open will become the world’s top-ranked tennis player as well as the champion of the tournament.
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