Alcaraz became the youngest tennis player to reach the final of a BS tournament on all three surfaces

Hispanic Carlos Alcaraz became the youngest tennis player in history to reach the final of a Grand Slam tournament on all types of surfaces, reports the ATP press service.

On Friday, Alcaraz, 21, beat Italian Jannik Sinner in the semifinals of Roland Garros to reach the final of a Parisian clay court tournament for the first time. The match ended with a score of 2:6, 6:3, 3:6, 6:4, 6:3.

Alcaraz will play the third Grand Slam final of his career. Previously, he won the 2022 US Open (hard court), as well as 2023 Wimbledon (grass court). Another BS tournament is held in Australia on hard court, where the Spaniard’s best result is the quarterfinals.

In 1992, Andre Agassi became the youngest player to reach a Grand Slam final on three surfaces. At the time of his achievement he was 22 years old, his record stood for 32 years.

In the deciding match at Roland Garros, Alcaraz will face the winner of the match between Alexander Zverev (Germany) and Kasper Ruud (Norway).

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Source : MatchTV

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