Tennis World Number One Rafael Nadal wins his 9th French Open after winning his match against World Number Two Novak Djokovic. The Serbian fought against the master of clay courts in a match that looked to Nadal at 3-6, 7-5, 6-2,6-4. The match lasted for 3 hours and 31 minutes, making it one of the most commendable matches of the season.
According to Rafael Nadal, playing against World Number two is always a great game. It challenges him because every score and point is very difficult. Nadal wore down Djokovic, who was ostensibly tired after his difficulty to balance himself and his deep breaths.
At the age of 28, Rafael Nadal now owns 14 Grand Slam titles. He is now on par with Pete Sampras, who was only second place to Roger Federer, who has 17 Grand Slam Titles.
Nadal said to the World Number Two that he will win in the French Open in the future and he does not doubt Djokovic’s capabilities to win and play. Djokovic in turn congratulated Nadal for his victory, and that he will be coming back to the French Open to make another run for his title.
Nadal said that his victory in the French Open is his comeback from failing to win in the Australian Open after his back injury gave him so much pain during his crucial match.