Spanish world number one Carlos Alcaraz considers himself a complete player after booking his fourth-round spot in the French Open on Friday.
Alcaraz overpowered Canada's Denis Shapovalov with a 6-1 6-4 6-2 in the third round and will face Italy's Lorenzo Musetti in his next match.
"I am a complete player," Alcaraz said in a press conference.
"I would say the stronger thing that I have on court is push to the limit. I push the opponent to the limit every time."
Shapovalov could not find a way to deal with his opponent's speed and quickly fell 5-0 behind in the first set after a slew of winners by Alcaraz.
Alcaraz won the first set in 35 minutes despite the 26th-seeded Canadian avoiding a bagel.
The Spaniard also won the next two sets with ease to qualify for the next round.
Last year, when he was 19, Alcaraz became the youngest world number one. He is also the youngest top seed in the French Open since Bjorn Borg back in 1976.
"I am over there, every point, playing great points and I don't lose the focus," he said.
The 20-year-old, who won the US Open last year, is the top contender to lift the trophy in Paris.
"The U.S. Open, I was more in trouble (in the first week), as well. Some really, really tough matches at the beginning. It was really tough for me."
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