Carlos Alcaraz
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Carlos Alcaraz Garfia is a Spanish tennis player who is considered Spain’s emerging tennis star. Born in El Palmar, Murcia, Spain, he Began playing tennis at age 4 with his dad. He also had an interest in golf and football.

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Here we prepare an article on this Spanish icon. We will talk about Alcaraz’s career, his age, net worth and salary, height, weight, nickname, wife, and the latest news. After reading the article you will have a clear idea about his whole life.

Carlos Alcaraz is a Spanish-born tennis player with extraordinary prospects in tennis was born on 5 May 2003. Carlos Alcaraz Gonzalez and Virginia Girafia gave birth to Carlos. His father used to be among the top 40 players in Spain and played a significant role in his early career. He was introduced to tennis by his father at age 4.

Carlos Alcaraz started his tennis career at a very early age. He got the privilege to be coached by countryman Juan Carlos Ferrero, who won Roland Garros title and became World No. 1 soon after Alcaraz was born in 2003. Alcaraz made his debut in the sport at the 2020 Rio open where he defeated fellow countryman Albert Ramos Viñolas. He claimed 2021 Umag title to become youngest ATP Tour champion since Nishikori, 18, at 2008 Delray Beach. Then he ended the year by winning Intesa Sanpaolo Next Gen ATP Finals title.

Carlos Alcaraz Garfia Personal Details:

Full Name Carlos Alcaraz Garfia
Nickname Carlito
Born 05 May 2003
Height 6 ft 1 inch
Weight 72 kgs
Age 18 years
Birthplace El Palmer, Spain
Zodiac sign Tauras
Religion N/A
Nationality Spanish
Net Worth 1.5 million dollars(approx.)
Marital Status Unmarried
Girlfriend Name Maria Gonzalez Gimenez
Father Name Carlos Alcaraz Gonzalez
Mother name Virginia Girafia
Coach Juan Carlos Ferrero
Highest ranking No. 11 (22 April 2022)
Current ranking No. 11 (22 April 2022)
Prize Money 1727312 dollars
Favorite tennis player Rafael Nadal
Favorite games Golf and Football

His Age:

Alcaraz is 18 years old and was born on 05 May 2003, El Palmer, Spain. He is a Spanish national by birth.

Carlos Alcaraz Garfia ‘s Net Worth and Salary:

According to many websites and our research, Alcaraz’s current net worth is approximately 1.5 million dollars. He has earned all his assets and money from competing in the tournament and endorsements. He has earned 1727312 dollars in prize money.

His Height:

Carlos’s height is 6 ft 1 in (185 cm) and he weighs 72 kgs.

Girlfriend:

Alcaraz is also a lucky young man outside the court. The Spaniard is dating for a long time his stunning girlfriend Maria González Giménez and the couple is not comfortable to share their private life. Maria is also a tennis player from Murcia playing for Murcia Club de Tenis. Besides some social media posts, there is almost no news about their relationship.

Nickname:

His nickname is “Carlito”.

Recent News About Carlos Alcaraz Garfia:

Spanish teenager Carlos Alcaraz came from behind to beat world No 1 Novak Djokovic 6-7 (5) 7-5 7-6 (5) to reach the Madrid Open final Saturday.

Djokovic, who has yet to win a title this season, rallied from a break down to take the opening set in a tie-breaker and the 34-year old looked dangerous on his serve as he won 21 straight points on it in the opener.

But Alcaraz, who turned 19 this week, showed resilience in the second set as he clawed his way back into the contest, saving a break point and holding for 6-5 before breaking Djokovic to force a decider.

The crowd in the Spanish capital got to their feet when Alcaraz completed his comeback, edging out Djokovic in the deciding tiebreak to become the first player to beat Rafael Nadal and Djokovic at the same claycourt event.

Sunday’s final against Zverev will be the third meeting between the pair – the previous two coming on hard courts – but Alcaraz is yet to beat the two-time Madrid champion.

The winner in 2018 and 2021, Zverev’s dominant serving was too much for Tsitsipas to handle as the German avenged his Monte Carlo semi-final defeat by his opponent.

He will play in his 10th ATP Masters 1000 final against Alcaraz but is well aware of the challenge.

Speaking about Alcaraz’s results, Zverev said: “Nothing surprises me because I know how good he is.

“I said last year in Acapulco that by 2023 he’s going to be top 10. He beat me by a year.

“He’s an incredible player. He’s going to be incredible. At 19 years old now, he looks like a grown man. There’s no limit for him.”

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