Rafael Nadal and Carlos Alcaraz They will lead the Spanish delegation at the next Olympic Games in Paris. Both have declared their desire to get together in the doubles category and give a medal to Spain.

With the results, Alcaraz has become the natural relief of the Balearic Islands at the top of the racket sport. In fact he is capable of beating and even surpassing some of Rafa’s records.

Alcaraz does not find a rival in Tsitsipas and will challenge the new number 1 in the semifinals of Roland Garros

Without going any further, with his victory in the Roland Garros quarterfinals against Stefanos Tsitsipas, He added his fifth ‘Grand Slam’ semi-final at just 21 years and 30 days. Nadal achieved it at the age of 21 years and 33 days by defeating Tomas Berdych in the Wimbledon quarterfinals, in the 2007 edition.

Only three tennis players reached the semifinals before: Björn Borg (20 a�os y 98 d�as), Boris Becker (20 a�os y 224 d�as) and Mats Wilander (20 a�os y 291 d�as).

Similarly, Rafa reached 50 wins in the majors at 21 years and 31 days. Carlitos needed one less day to reach that mark.

Last May at the Mutua Madrid Open, Juan Carlos Ferrero’s pupil equaled the Spaniard’s record of 14 consecutive wins in the Masters 1000 in the capital of Spain.

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