Rafael Nadal produced one in each of his most interesting French Open shows to equal Novak Djokovic and Roger Federer’s 20 Grand Slam men’s title reports. Spanish second seed Nadal won the world primary defeating Djokovic 6–0 6–2 7–5, setting a record 13th title at Roland Garros.
Questions about the degree of Nadal, 34, were requested, however, he responded with almost impeccable efficiency. High seed Djokovic, 33, misjudged an accomplished match for the primary time in 2020.
The Serb was overwhelmed by Nadal’s fast start and produced a lowly show as a result.
In addition to the defeat, Djokovic meant bidding for the 18th Grand Slam title, the wrong floor against Nadal and Federer, which was probably the most major win.
Nadal sealed the victory after two hours 41 minutes on his first match level with a kicking ace, leaving the Spaniard with a laugh as he fell to his knees on the court, where he loved unparalleled success.
‘A win here truly means all things to me”, noted Nadal, who also became the primary partner to win 100 singles matches at Roland Garros’.
‘To be honest, I don’t care about equaling 20th and Roger, for me it’s just a win for Roland Garros. I have spent a very powerful moment in my profession.’
‘A true inspiration to play here and the love story with this city and this court is unforgettable.’