CARLOS ALCARAZ defeated Adrian Mannarin 6:4, 6:0 to become Madrid’s youngest Masters champion.
Spanish tennis player Alcaraz will celebrate his 18th birthday tomorrow, breaking the record of his compatriot Rafael Nadal, who won in Madrid at the age of 18 in 2004. Interestingly, Alcaraz will face Nadal in the second round on Wednesday. Nadal is the second tennis player in the world and the first champion of the Madrid Masters.
Alcaraz is ranked 120th in the ATP rankings, and his biggest ATP success was the Marbella semi-finals in April. Last season, he shined in the Challenger and Futures Competition, winning a total of 6 championships.