Rafael Nadal Makes History In Roland Garros Win Over Novak Djokovic
Randy Walker writes for World Tennis Magazine.com–Ted Robinson of NBC Sports concluded Sunday’s broadcast of the French Open men’s final asking “Who is ever going to beat this guy?” It is one of the biggest questions in tennis – and in all of sports – of Rafael Nadal of Spain at the French Open.
With tennis history hanging in the balance with seemingly every bludgeoning swing of the racquet, Nadal claimed his ninth French Open singles title – and his 14th career major title – with a physically challenging 4-6, 7-5, 6-2, 6-4 win over Novak Djokovic in the championship match at Roland Garros. The win places Nadal into a second-place tie with Pete Sampras for the most major championships won in a career by a man with 14 – three shy of Roger Federer’s record of 17.
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