Nadal beats Novak Djokovic to win 13 French Open: Plus quick facts about their rivalry, records

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As informed in the video description by T47N: \”For me winning here another time is, I even cannot say a dream. \”It’s something that’s out of my better thoughts.\”\nThat was partly an on-court speech given by tennis superstar, Rafael Nadal, after he beat world number 1, Novak Djokovic, to lift La Coupe des Mousquetaires on Sunday, October 11 at the 2020 French Open.\nHello and welcome to my channel. Have you subscribed?\nThank you.\nKing of Clay, Spanish Rafael Nadal, beat Serb Novak Djokovic in three straight sets of 6-0, 6-2, 7-5, in what feels a bit like an anticlimax to a French Open tournament that had been full of surprises.\nDespite this, in many ways, Nadal’s win would be a very memorable one for the Spaniard.\nHe equals Roger Federer’s Grand Slam record of 20 wins, extends his record to 13 wins at the French Open, also known as Roland Garros, and set a record as the first player to reach 100 wins at the French Open tournament. His overall record at the tournament is actually 100-2. An unbelievably fantastic record,\nisn’t it? Of Nadal’s 20 Grand Slam wins, 13 were at the French Open as previously noted, four were at the US Open, two at the Wimbledon and one at the Australian Open.\nSo you can see why Nadal is called King of Clay. The only times he hadn’t won at Roland Garros since he participated in the tournament in 2005 was in 2009, 2015 and 2016, when Swiss’ Roger Federer, Swiss’ Stan Wawrinka and Serb’s Novak Djokovic won the titles respectively. In 2009, Nadal lost to Swedish Robin Soderling in the fourth round of what was considered a major upset.\nDjokovic defeated Nadal in the quarterfinals of the 2015 tournament to lose to the tournament’s eventual winner, Stan Wawrinka.\nIn 2016, the Spaniard withdrew before his third-round match due to a wrist injury.\n\nNadal Sunday’s win against Djokovic is the second straight-sets Grand Slam Final win between the two in their 9 Grand Slam Final meetings, which Nadal leads 5-4.\nThe first was at the 2019 Australian Open when Djokovic beat the Spaniard 6-3, 6-2, 6-3.\nBut the Serb in no way replicated that performance as he was roundly decimated on the court on Sunday, October 11 2020, by his long time rival.\n\”Sorry for today,\” Nadal says to Djokovic in his post-match remarks. \”In Australia he killed me. It’s clear today was for me. We’ve played plenty of times together.\”\nNadal and Djokovic have faced each other 56 times; more than any other men have faced each other on tour in the Open era. Djokovic leads by a narrow margin of 29-27.\nThe pair first met in their professional careers was at the quarter-finals of the 2006 French Open when Nadal prevailed after Djokovic retired with an injury in the third set.\n“Today, you showed why you are the king of clay,” Djokovic says to Nadal during the awards ceremony. “I experienced it in my own skin. It was a very tough match. \”I’m obviously not so pleased with the way I played, but I was definitely overplayed by a better player today.\n“And it has been a fantastic couple of weeks.”\n\n\nIn his post-match interview, Nadal says he was “just very blessed and grateful to have the life I have now, without a doubt… nothing should be taken for granted.”\n\nCongratulations to both players for making it to the final of 2020 Roland Garros.\n\nThank you for watching. \nSubscribe to my channel and click on the notification icon to know when new videos are released. \nSee you soon but meanwhile, play on.

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