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Singles champion 2023, 2024

Carlos Alcaraz
Singles Rank
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Doubles Rank
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Birthday
May 5, 2003
Age
21
Height
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Play hand
Right
Birthplace
El Palmar, Murcia, Spain
Singles Career High
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Player Overview

Carlos Alcaraz has won back-to-back Indian Wells titles and became the first man since Novak Djokovic to win consecutive BNP Paribas Open titles with his 2024 triumph. Alcaraz's run to the title in 2023 saw him become the youngest man in tournament history to win. In 2022, Alcaraz became the youngest and first teenage World No. 1 in ATP history at age 19. The Spaniard owns two Grand Slam titles – the 2022 US Open and 2023 Wimbledon – and his 2022 US Open win made him the youngest Grand Slam men’s champion since Rafael Nadal at Roland-Garros in 2005.

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Indian Wells Performance

Singles Main Draw

Champion

2023, 2024

Semifinalist

2022

Second Round

2021


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