Carlos Alcaraz has a sensational data that emphasizes his precocious talent

With the first position this week, Carlos Alcaraz has reached his 30th week at the top of the ATP ranking, still impressive numbers given his very young age

Carlos Alcaraz is only 20 year-old, but he continues to achieve precocity records: he will most likely be able to carve out an important space in the history of tennis.The Spaniard is identified by media, insiders and fans, as the worthy heir to the Big Three, a tennis player who is doing even better than Roger Federer, Rafa Nadal and Novak Djokovic, in terms of numbers and data, at 20 years old.Two Grand Slam titles, number one in the world for several weeks and several ATP Masters 1000 won.

Alcaraz is very young but he is already a great champion, and to tell the truth there are many who are discussing whether there will be someone who will be able to worry the Spaniard after the farewell of the Big Three.Alcaraz’s latest performances on grass have been impressive, with the tennis player showing great changes from last year.

The Spaniard won first Queen’s and then Wimbledon in a few weeks. It was precisely at the All England Club that Carlos made history by beating Novak Djokovic in the final after a five-set battle, the one who had dominated Wimbledon for years and who hadn’t lost against the center for a decade.But not only this for the number one in the world.

Carlos Alcaraz, record numbers
With the first position this week, Carlos Alcaraz has reached his 30th week at the top of the ATP ranking, still impressive numbers given his very young age.The Spaniard has thus entered the ranking relating to this curious statistic, a ranking that he dominatesNovak Djokovic with 389 weeks at the top of the ranking.

In second place is Roger Federer at 310 and they are the only ones to have exceeded 300 weeks as in third place is Pete Sampras at 286.Far behind, only in sixth place is Rafael Nadal, stuck at 209 weeks. Here is the data:

📊 Tenistas con más semanas en el No.1 del ATP Ranking (1973-2023/Men’s Singles):

Djokovic, 389
Federer, 310

Sampras, 286
Lendl, 270
Connors, 268
Nadal, 209

McEnroe, 170
Borg, 109
Agassi, 101

Hewitt, 80
Edberg, 72
Courier, 58
Kuerten, 43
Murray, 41
Nastase, 40
ALCARAZ, 30 — MisterOnly.Tennis (@OnlyRogerCanFly) July 24, 2023

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *