Madrid (Masters 1,000)
His second major title, this time on clay, was won on May 22, by beating Alexander Zverev 6-3, 6-1, in the fastest final in the history of the tournament, in just 62 minutes. . In the capital, Alcaraz became the youngest champion of the Masters 1,000 in Madrid, with four months less than Nadal when the man from Manacor lifted the title in 2005. It was his second consecutive victory, after signing ten consecutive victories at the gates of Roland Garros , where the Spanish was eliminated in the quarterfinals at the hands, precisely, of Zverev. In Madrid, Alcaraz defeated Nadal in the quarterfinals and then world number one Djokovic in the semifinals.