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The Spanish Carlos Alcaraz was already number 1 in the world before the start of the Wimbledon tournament but after scoring the victory, in what is already his second Grand Slam of his record, he has reaffirmed his status as Superalcaraz.

Like the fictional movie character, Alcaraz leads a double life. the one of an educated, nice and modest young man; and that of a super hero when he goes out on a tennis court.

Having overcome the physical discomfort that weighed him down at the end of last season and at the beginning of the current one, his results are almost science fiction after a balance of 47-4 so far this year.

superalcaraz He has won six titles on all clay, grass and hard surfaces: Buenos Aires (250), Indian Wells (1,000), Barcelona (500), Madrid (1,000), Queen’s (500) and Wimbledon (Grand Slam).

And, in addition, he is already classified for the ATP finals that will be held in Turin (Italy) in November.

Alcaraz emerges strengthened as world number 1, with 800 more points ahead of the Serbian Novak Djokovic, 9,675 by 8,795, already leaving the third occupant of the podium, the Russian Daniil Medvedev, far behind with 6,520.

After Alcaraz, The Spanish rackets in the top hundred are: Pablo Carreño (22), Roberto Bautista (25), Alejandro Davidovich (35), Bernabé Zapata (53), Roberto Carballés (60) and Albert Ramos (79).

As far as Ibero-Americans are concerned, among the hundred best are Francisco Cerundolo (ARG, 20), Nicolás Jarry (CHI, 26), Tomás M. Etcheverry (ARG, 34), Daniel Elahi Galán (COL, 56), Sebastián Báez (ARG, 63), Nuno Borges (POR, 72), Pedro Cachín (ARG, 90), Facundo Díaz (ARG, 97), Diego Schwartzman (ARG, 98) and Juan Manuel Cerundolo (ARG, 100).

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