Carlos Alcaraz claims his first French Open title by defeating Alexander Zverev in five sets.

 Carlos Alcaraz won his first French Open, beating Alexander Zverev in five sets: 6-3, 2-6, 5-7, 6-1, 6-2.

At 21, Alcaraz is the youngest to win grand slams on all three surfaces, with wins at the US Open (2022) and Wimbledon (2023).

Alcaraz triumphed on Court Philippe-Chatrier, coming back from two sets to one down with fearless play.

The match lasted 4 hours and 19 minutes, with Alcaraz saving break points and celebrating by sinking to the floor in joy.

Alcaraz is the youngest French Open winner since Rafael Nadal in 2007 and remains unbeaten in grand slam finals.

The Paris crowd cheered Alcaraz throughout the tournament.

The match saw shifting momentum: Alcaraz won the first set, Zverev dominated the second, and the third was close.

Alcaraz dominated the fourth set with strong forehands and drop shots, leading to a decisive fifth set.

Zverev, in his first French Open final, performed well but struggled with unforced errors.

Alcaraz clinched the win with a stunning backhand passing shot, securing the title.