Carlos Alcaraz becomes the youngest No. 1 men's tennis...

The 19-year-old was appearing in his eighth major tournament. The victory also marks his first Grand Slam title.

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Carlos Alcaraz Wins U.S. Open Men’s Singles Title, and...

Alcaraz, the 19-year-old Spanish sensation, beat Casper Ruud of Norway in four sets to capture his first Grand Slam championship and take the top spot in the ATP world rankings.

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'It is incredible': Carlos Alcaraz 'unreal' in winning US...

Eurosport experts Kim Clijsters and Mats Wilander have given their reactions after Carlos Alcaraz claimed his first Grand Slam title at the US Open.

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Carlos Alcaraz wins US Open for 1st Grand Slam title, top...

Alcaraz is a Spaniard who was appearing in his eighth major tournament and second at Flushing Meadows but already has attracted plenty of attention as someone considered the Next Big Thing in men’s tennis.

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Highlights from Carlos Alcaraz’s win over Casper Ruud in...

Alcaraz, 19, is the youngest U.S. Open men’s champion since Pete Sampras in 1990.

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Carlos Alcaraz wins U.S. Open, youngest men's No. 1 in...

Spain's Carlos Alcaraz won the U.S. Open, becoming at 19 the youngest man to win a major since Rafael Nadal's first title and the youngest man to be No. 1.

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'More grand slams': Carlos Alcaraz already has sights set...

By Carolyn Manno and Matias Grez, CNN

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Carlos Alcaraz is the youngest ATP no. 1 ever: How do the...

Carlos Alcaraz is youngest world number one in ATP history after winning the first Grand Slam of his career. Casper Ruud moves to second with Nadal third.

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Carlos Alcaraz Is the Prince of Tennis. Can He Be Its King?

The young Spaniard wins his first major tournament at the U.S. Open—and the sport’s post “Big Three” future suddenly looks very bright.

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