Spanish tennis player, Rafael Nadal equalled Roger Federer’s all-time mark of 20 Grand Slam titles by winning his 13th French Open with an exhibition of clay-court tennis against great rival Novak Djokovic on Sunday.
Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer have been listed among the greats that have ever
grace the tennis court and their records have proven that they deserve all
the accolades they are getting.
With Tennis match now back in it’s full gear after the US Open was organized
successfully, Nadal has a point to prove on the clay and he showed the world he’s not
relenting on his past achievements.
Nadal moved level with the Swiss great for the first time in their long careers with a
majestic 6-0 6-2 7-5 victory over world No 1 Djokovic.
“It’s been a very tough year, but to win here means everything to me.”
“Today, I don’t think about the 20th or equalling Roger on this great number, for me today is just a Roland Garros victory.”
“Roland Garros means everything; I have had most of the most-important moments of my tennis career here.”
“Thank you very, very much to everybody, to all of the organisation and to the crowd.
Just playing here is a pure inspiration and the love I have with this city and this court is unforgettable.”