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Carlos Alcaraz comes along at the perfect moment for a sport that has relied on the Big Three for far longer than it had any right to expect.
A glance at the French Open, the second Grand Slam tennis tournament of 2022: SURFACE Red clay courts SITE Roland Garros on the outskirts of Paris SCHEDULE Play begins Sunday at the only 15-day Grand Slam tournament (the others last exactly two weeks).
It’s tempting to conclude that the 19-year-old has brought the evolution of tennis technique and style to an end point—and he appears to be shaping how the game will be played by most everyone, soon.
In an interview with Radio Miter, Gabriela Sabatini was asked which player she was most impressed with this year
Carlos Alcaraz and Iga Swiatek. As the great and the good assemble in Paris and put the finishing touches to their preparations, all eyes are upon the duo who, aged just 19 and 20 respectively, have illuminated the tennis tour for much of this year.
Twelve months ago, teenager Carlos Alcaraz needed to qualify to make the main draw of the French Open. This year, he is among the favorites to win the men's section of the tournament.
After his coming-out bash at the U.S. Open last September when he romped to the quarterfinals as an 18-year-old, Carlos Alcaraz has taken tennis by storm.
Home; Tennis News; Rafael Nadal; Former Cypriot tennis star Marcos Baghdatis thinks Carlos Alcaraz has the game to compete against Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic and that he coul
But the most coveted mark of tennis glory, a grand-slam title ... He has been usurped by a fellow Spaniard, 19-year-old Carlos Alcaraz. Long considered a hot prospect, Mr Alcaraz has come of age this year, winning 28 of his 31 matches.
Carlos Alcaraz. That's the one name you need to know going into the French Open.  Alcaraz, who turned 19 on May 5, has won four titles on the ATP tour, more than anyone else this year. But it's his most recent title at the Madrid Open that made every head turn.