WATCH: Carlos Alcaraz sings ‘We are the champions’ after winning Roland Garros

Carlos Alcaraz is a man of multiple talents.

WATCH: Carlos Alcaraz sings ‘We are the champions’ after winning Roland Garros

Carlos Alcaraz was spotted singing (via IMAGO/X)

Spanish tennis superstar Carlos Alcaraz is on cloud nine after winning his first Roland Garros title. The Spaniard equaled Andy Murray and Stanislas Wawrinka in the Grand Slam tally with three Grand Slam titles to his name.

However, apart from creating records on the tennis court, he has also shown his talent on the microphone. The Spaniard was seen singing the iconic ‘We Are the Champions’ song at a celebration party just a couple of days after his Roland Garros triumph.

Once all the celebrations are done, Alcaraz will look forward to his future goals. He has the Wimbledon title to defend, which he won against Novak Djokovic last year. If he manages to do that, he has a great chance to eclipse Jannik Sinner at the top of the ATP ranking.

The Italian clinched the World No. 1 ranking for the first time in his career after Djokovic withdrew from his Roland Garros quarter-final against Casper Ruud. However, Alcaraz is now the new World No. 2 after winning the French Open. Moreover, Sinner has a lot of points to defend after Wimbledon, starting with the points he earned after winning the Rogers Cup last year.

Carlos Alcaraz targets Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic’s records after Roland Garros triumph

The 21-year-old tennis sensation Carlos Alcaraz displayed remarkable resilience, overcoming a tough start to clinch the Roland Garros final against Alexander Zverev with a score of 6-3, 2-6, 5-7, 6-1, 6-2. This victory marked his third Grand Slam title, making him the youngest male player to win major titles across clay, grass, and hard courts.

Carlos Alcaraz
Carlos Alcaraz (via Imago)

With Roger Federer retired, Rafael Nadal nearing the twilight of his career, and Novak Djokovic experiencing a decline in form, Alcaraz is set to become a dominant force in tennis. Despite his rapid rise, the young Spaniard remains modest about his future prospects, recognizing the extraordinary achievements of Nadal and Djokovic.

As he gears up for the grass-court season and the defense of his Wimbledon title, Alcaraz is also excited about the upcoming Paris Olympics next month. He looks forward to the possibility of playing doubles with his idol, Nadal, with the hope of bringing a medal home for Spain.

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