WATCH: Carlos Alcaraz indulges in a glass of champagne; father hilariously makes sure he doesn't fall as he parties with close ones after French Open

Carlos Alcaraz celebrates his 2024 French Open win
Carlos Alcaraz celebrates his 2024 French Open win

Carlos Alcaraz enjoyed his well-earned 2024 French Open title win with a celebratory bash hosted by Parisian restaurant Siena. The Spanish player rejoiced with a glass of champagne served to him atop a chair.

The restaurant shared a clip of the party thrown in the French Open champion's honor on Instagram. It began with Alcaraz entering the venue with a miniature of the La Coupe des Mousquetaires trophy and being greeted by the owner of the restaurant.

In the clip, Alcaraz could also be seen belting out a few dance moves as the party picked up, with guests waving hand-held sparklers and napkins.

"A Night to Remember. Proud of you @carlitosalcarazz," the restaurant captioned the clip on Instagram.

The restaurant also posted pictures from the party where Alcaraz could be seen letting his hair down with guests including his father Carlos Alcaraz González.

"Congratulations to the youngest [Surface Slam] winner @carlitosalcarazz," the restaurant captioned the photos on Instagram.
Screengrab from restaurant Siena's Instagram
Screengrab from restaurant Siena's Instagram

In another short clip from the party, the World No. 2 could be seen on top of a chair while being served champagne in a glass held between the server's teeth. As per the clip, Alcaraz delicately balanced himself and downed the glass while his father helped his son up.

Alcaraz had many reasons to celebrate as his maiden French Open title made him the youngest player to win a Grand Slam on all three surfaces. The 21-year-old had previously won the 2022 US Open and 2023 Wimbledon titles.

Carlos Alcaraz joins "amazing list" of Spaniards with French Open win including Rafael Nadal, coach Juan Carlos Ferrero

Carlos Alcaraz poses with the trophy at the 2024 Mens French Open Winner Photocall
Carlos Alcaraz poses with the trophy at the 2024 Mens French Open Winner Photocall

Carlos Alcaraz expressed his joy and pride at joining the elite list of Spaniards with French Open titles to their names.

In a press conference following his Roland Garros triumph, the World No. 2 reflected on how he had wanted to follow in the footsteps of other legendary Spanish tennis players including Rafael Nadal and coach Juan Carlos Ferrero since childhood.

"Here in Roland Garros, knowing that all the tnnis, all the Spanish player who have won this tournament and be able to put my name on that amazing list is something unbelievable, something that I dreamed about, being in this position, since I started playing tennis, since I was five-six years old," Alcaraz said.

Carlos Alcaraz will be heading to the next Grand Slam event, the Wimbledon Championships as the defending champion.

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