He's the most talked-about young talent on the men's tour at the moment and with good reason.
Carlos Alcaraz has added his name to the record books on several occasions these past few months and the 19-year-old arrives at Roland-Garros ranked a career-high No.6 in the world, and having won a tour-leading four titles in 2022, including two at the Masters 1000 level.
His run in Madrid saw him become the first ever player to defeat Djokovic and Nadal at the same tournament on clay and the youngest player in the history of the ATP (since 1990) to beat three of the world's top five at the same event.
Alcaraz says he feels ready to win a major and is considered one of the top contenders for the title in Paris.
If he does indeed taste victory at Roland-Garros, he would become the youngest man to win a Grand Slam since Rafael Nadal lifted his first Coupe des Mousquetaires in 2005 at the age of 19 years and three days.