19-year-old Spanish Carlos Alcalás, For a while now described as a “phenomenon” or a “sensation”, the grand slam hardware and world No. 1 rankings are added to these superlatives tonight, with 6-4, 2-6, 7-6, 6-3 Beat Norway’s Kaspar Rudd in Won the Men’s Singles Championship US Open in New York.
Every Grand Slam champion deals with winning moments in their own way – from Björn Borg’s legendary kneeling to Daniil Medvedev parody A strange attempt at a football video game goal celebration. Alcaraz collapsed on the court, covering his eyes with his hands, curled up like a fetus, over , Tennis fans.
Alcaraz fell to the ground after winning championship points on Sunday.