The most dominating, winningest handball player of alt time is considered by most to be the game’s all-time best. Naty “El Gato” Alvarado revolutionized the game of handball, turning the handball world upside down with his ambidextrous offensive attack. Reaching his prime during the early years of the pro tour, Alvarado went on a tear, winning 63 professional tournaments over a 14-year period. Alvarado became the winningest singles champion even in 1990 when he won his 11 national four-wall singles title. Naty was born in Juarez, Mex., and moved to the United States in 1976 with his wife Lupe.