Spanish teenager Carlos Alcaraz was in fine form against Mackenzie McDonald in his opening match in Cincinnati on Tuesday night, never facing a break point—never even going to deuce on his serve, either—en route to a 6-3, 6-2 victory in 65 minutes.

Alcaraz’s win over the American wasn’t just his first career win in Cincinnati, it was also his 43rd win of the year—which makes him the new ATP match wins leader for 2022.

MOST ATP WINS IN 2022 [as of end of day Tuesday]
43: Carlos Alcaraz (43-8)
42: Stefanos Tsitsipas (42-15)
38: Casper Ruud (38-14)
38: Cameron Norrie (38-18)
37: Jannik Sinner (37-10)
35: Rafael Nadal (35-3)
35: Andrey Rublev (35-13)
35: Alex de Minaur (35-18)
34: Felix Auger-Aliassime (34-19)
33: Taylor Fritz (33-13)

Tsitsipas can tie Alcaraz at the top of the list on Wednesday—the Greek will play Filip Krajinovic in his opening match of the Masters 1000 event.