Carlos Alcaraz to get Eiffel Tower tattoo after historic French Open win

Carlos Alcaraz has aspirations of getting a tattoo of the Eifel Tower to mark his Roland Garros victory. A great way to keep your achievements and memories close to you.

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The Roland Garros has finally come to an end and it has been another iconic Grand Slam tournament filled with some of the best matches that we have ever witnessed. There have been some great performances from some great players which will go down in history and the matches they featured in will also never be forgotten. However, there is only one winner in the iconic Grand Slam tournament that will achieve glory.

The winner of this season was Carlos Alcaraz who made a brilliant comeback in the Clay season after being injured for the majority of it. This was no doubt another great performance from the 21-year-old Spaniard who is now the number 2 ranked player after this historic win. This has been another great performance as he won his first-ever Grand Slam tournament in Paris and his 3rd Grand Slam overall.

The third tattoo on the way

Though we all know about the great achievements of the Spanish star, However, he has also got a unique way of celebrating his major Grand Slam victories, as he has already got a tattoo celebrating his US Open title in 2022 and Wimbledon title in 2023. So, it is no surprise that he has chosen to get a tattoo celebrating his recent French Open triumph as well. However, this will come as a twist as he is celebrating it with a tattoo of the Eifel Tower saying " You know, Wimbledon was the right one. Here is going to be the left one, I think so with the Tour Eiffel with the date of today. And, yeah, it's something that I'm gonna do."

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This will certainly be a title that he will celebrate as it is also the tournament he has dreamed of winning as a child as well. this is no doubt a great achievement for the current World number 2 and this is one of the unique ways of celebrating it as well. It seems as though the player wishes to keep all his achievements close to him and wishes to keep the memories as permanent as the ink job he will be getting.

 

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