Carlos Alcaraz beats Alexander Zverev in the ATP Mutua Madrid Open 2022 final, winning the second ATP Masters 1000 of the season and career, in what has been a sensational year for him so far.

He leaves little room for interpretation in the 6-3 6-1 final: indeed, at times he is also a liar since the German only wins two points in response during the first set. On the back of the German, perhaps, also the two unfortunate hours against Stefanos Tsitsipas in the Saturday Night Show after the women's final between Jabeur and Pegula.

In short: the Spanish talent quickly becomes the player with the most wins and the most titles in the season (28 and 4) as well as the youngest champion of the tournament after Rafael Nadal.

Fresh from the victory in Barcelona, ​​Alcaraz drops an encore and obviously falls within the very restricted circle of the very favorites even with the sgaurdo fixed on Rome and Paris. Maybe, maybe, he's already the man to beat.

Among other things, the Spaniard is also close to the Top 5: Tsitsipas is now just over sixty points.

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