Carlos Alcaraz becomes the youngest player to attain the world no.1 ranking.

Carlos Alcaraz’s U.S. Open championship moved him to No. 1 at age 19, making him the youngest man to lead the ATP computerized rankings since they began in 1973. Considered the next big thing in men’s tennis, Carlos Alcaraz used his combination of determination and maturity to beat Casper Ruud in the U.S. Open final to earn his first Grand Slam title at age of 19 and become the youngest man to be ranked No. 1 in ATP rankings. Alcaraz is undoubtedly the most exciting men’s player of the modern era. The Spaniard became the youngest Grand Slam quarterfinalist since 1990 at the US Open last year, and the third-youngest Masters 1000 champion in Miami earlier this year.