Alcaraz’s 150: a record before the final in Madrid

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Carlos Alcaraz he closed his ‘teenage’ stage, ending at the age of 20, with 118 wins. He has not entered the top-10 ATP of teenagers with the most victories since the Swede Bjorn Börg left the record at 280, even leaving the second, the German, far behind Boris Becker (189). Rafael Nadal he was fifth with 154.

The Spaniard added 9 titles to his teenage season: Umag 2021; in 2022 Rio, Miami, Godó, Madrid and US Open; so far this season, Buenos Aires, Indian Wells and Barcelona.

Sixth in the ATP list, how not dominated by Borg at 17, a crown over Rafael Nadal (16). Swedish Mats Wilander completed the podium with 13. Boris Becker He was 12 and Andre Agassi was 10.

Whoever is the youngest number one in history, at the age of 19, is fattening up his stats at a dizzying pace this season. Alcaraz they won 27 of 29 matches played, 18 of 19 held on clay.

He became 20 defeating the Croatian Borna Coric, 6-4 and 6-3, to enter his thirteenth ATP final. This Sunday, at 6:30 pm, against the German Jan Lennard Struff, At 33 years old, a loser from the previous stage fished again and extended the miracle to the last day.

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In his semifinal at the Masters 1000 ATP Mutua Madrid Open, he reached his 150th match on the ATP Tour, with a record of 117 wins and 33 losses. No one in the professional era of the circuit has achieved such a high number of victories in one hundred and fifty encounters.

Beat the American record john mcenroe (113-37), also exceeds the Rafael Nadal (112-38). Also behind Mats Wilander (111-39), Andre Agassi (110-40) and Boris Becker (109-41). Novak Djokovicfor example, adding 101 wins after 150 games, Roger Federer, somewhat later maturing, 87.

A piece of information for figure lovers, another testament to how quickly it burned through the stages Carlitos Alcaraz.

“I never stopped thinking that, oh my gosh, I’m 20 years old and I’m just starting. But I fought these conditions, this is what I always wanted. I don’t have vertigo because of anything. I’ve experienced or because of what happened to me. remains to live,” he said this Friday at the Caja Mágica in Madrid.

He has another title within reach, as well as putting himself five points behind the number 1 Novak Djokovic, which he can only surpass by participating in the Masters 1000 ATP in Rome. Playing one game is enough, but for those who want to think big, Roland Garros is a priority once they do their homework in the Spanish capital.

Source: La Verdad

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