Spaniard Alcaraz became the youngest leader in the ATP rankings at the end of the year

Spaniard Alcaraz became the youngest leader in the ATP rankings at the end of the year

Spanish tennis player Carlos Alcaraz became the youngest player in history to finish the season in first place in the ATP rankings at the end of the year.

The fact that Alcaraz will end the year in the status of the world’s first racket became known after another Spanish tennis player Rafael Nadal lost to Canadian Felix Auger-Alyassime (3:6, 4:6) in the Turin final tournament. Nadal lost his chance to beat Alcaraz in the standings.

Alcaraz himself misses the final tournament with an abdominal muscle injury.

When the season officially ends on December 5, the Spaniard will be 19 years and 214 days old. Until that time, the youngest ATP number one at the end of the year (2001 season) was Australian Lleyton Hewitt, who was then 20 years and 275 days old.

Source : MatchTV

Related articles

Comments

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

Share article

Latest articles

Newsletter

Subscribe to stay updated.