Carlos Alcaraz, who won the French Open, is considering getting..

Carlos Alcaraz, who won the French Open, is considering getting a new tattoo.

Carlos Alcaraz plans to commemorate his maiden French Open victory with an Eiffel Tower tattoo.

At Roland Garros, Alcaraz defeated Alexander Zverev in five sets, creating history and exacting some amount of Spanish retribution.

The 21-year-old won a long 6-3 2-6 5-7 6-1 6-2 contest that lasted four hours and 19 minutes, filling a vacancy at the tournament comparable to Rafael Nadal’s.

Carlos Alcaraz, who won the French Open, is considering getting a new tattoo.
Carlos Alcaraz, who won the French Open, is considering getting a new tattoo.

In the opening round, Zverev, the fourth seed, had likely sent veteran warrior Rafael Nadal out on his shield for good.

However, teenage pretender Alcaraz defeated the German to become, along with fellow Spaniard Nadal, the only men to win the Roland Garros title before the age of twenty-two.

Alcaraz already has a strawberry and the dates of his two prior grand slam victories—the 2022 US Open and Wimbledon last year—inked on both of his arms and legs.

“I need to find the time,” he stated. However, I’ll definitely do it. It will be situated on the left ankle.

Wimbledon was the perfect choice, you know. This one, I believe, with the Eiffel Tower and the current date, is going to be on the left. Indeed, it is something I intend to carry out.

“I will do it, whether it is next week, next month, or two months from now.”Growing up, Alcaraz was a big fan of Rafael Nadal and the French Open, and he always felt like he would win it eventually.

“It’s incredible to be able to add my name to that incredible list of Spanish players who have won at Roland Garros and to know all of them,” he continued.

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Being in this situation has been something I’ve dreamed about since I began playing tennis when I was five or six years old. Thus, it’s an incredible feeling.

One of the first people to thank his protégé was Rafael Nadal, the 14-time winner of Roland Garros.

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