Carlos Alcaraz may have just missed out on his seventh title of the year in Cincinnati yesterday, but with his run to the final at the Masters 1000 event he hits a big milestone—he surpasses $20 million in career prize money earnings.

He went into the event with $19,810,077, and with his runner-up cheque of $556,630, he leaves with $20,366,707.

The 20-year-old Spaniard, who was born in 2003, is actually the first tennis player born in the 2000s, male or female, to surpass $20 million in career prize money.

In ATP history, he’s the 29th player to hit that number.

$172,281,484: Novak Djokovic
$134,640,719: Rafael Nadal
$130,594,339: Roger Federer
$64,000,366: Andy Murray
$43,280,489: Pete Sampras
$36,272,404: Stan Wawrinka
$35,679,498: Alexander Zverev
$32,512,216: Daniil Medvedev
$31,483,911: David Ferrer
$31,207,381: Marin Cilic

$31,152,975: Andre Agassi
$29,814,627: Dominic Thiem
$29,491,328: Tomas Berdych
$27,012,973: Stefanos Tsitsipas
$25,896,046: Juan Martin del Potro
$25,102,112: Kei Nishikori
$25,080,956: Boris Becker
$23,883,797: Yevgeny Kafelnikov
$23,444,855: Grigor Dimitrov
$22,458,018: Jo-Wilfried Tsonga

$22,296,808: John Isner
$21,433,306: Gael Monfils
$21,262,417: Ivan Lendl
$20,889,965: Lleyton Hewitt
$20,640,030: Andy Roddick
$20,613,441: Stefan Edberg
$20,515,480: Richard Gasquet
$20,428,404: Milos Raonic
$20,366,707: Carlos Alcaraz
$19,878,007: Goran Ivanisevic