On Sunday, Cristian Garin continued his hot streak by defeating Matteo Berrettini, 6-1, 3-6, 7-6 (1), in the final of the BMW Open to secure his second ATP title in just three weeks—bringing his 2019 clay-court record to an astounding 18-4.

The Chilean is playing rock-solid tennis, rarely committing unforced errors and wearing down opponents with his strength and fitness. After beginning the year ranked No. 86, he will move up to No. 33 in the world following his victory in Munich.

One thing is certain, no one wants to play Cristian Garin at the French Open. The 22-year old Chilean has been unstoppable on the clay this year.