Partial branch? Dont be funny! Nadal, the King of the Red Earth, is crowned the Hard Land King of Meiwang

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 Partial branch? Dont be funny! Nadal, the King of the Red Earth, is crowned the Hard Land King of Meiwang


So far in his career, the French Open has indeed given Nadal the greatest glory. He won 12 Grand Slams in a single event. Nadal is an unsurpassed God in Roland-Galos. No one can see his taillight. But if you still think that Nadal is the so-called king of the red earth, that is a mistake. From 2005 to 2019, Nadal has won 27 Grand Slam finals and 18 Grand Slam finals in 14 years. Years seem to have left only traces on his face, standing on the Grand Slam Finals again and again. Nadal has become only the second player after Federer. Is it not enough for players who have reached the finals at least five times in all four major slams?

Back on the stage of Ferrasheng, it is true that Nadals U.S. Open champion came the latest in the four Grand Slams and won the first title in 2010 to complement the full slam jigsaw. However, in the latter half of his career, the U.S. Open became Nadals single Grand Slam with the most winners outside Roland-Garros. Nowadays, Nadal has made five US Open finals, winning four championships in 2010, 2013, 2017 and 2019 respectively. In addition to the defeat of Djokovic in 2011, Nadal has achieved 80% of the US Open finals. Federer, on the other hand, did not return to the final after being defeated by Del Porto in the 2009 finals. Although 5 of 6 finals had a higher winning rate, they were all old events ten years ago. Although Djokovic has been in the US Open finals eight times, he has only won three championships with a low winning rate.

If you limit your age to 30 years, Nadals performance in New York in the past three years is champion + top four + champion. Needless to say, the hard ground in New York was once considered Nadals innate weakest type of ground in the four Grand Slams, but now he can achieve such great success in the field after 30 years old. Its impossible without the ability of continuous progress and self-evolution, and Nadals physical loss during the second half of the season at the US Open is not small, but he became brave in Vietnam in Farazen when he was older, which is a real reverse growth. At the end of his career, it was widely believed that Nadal could only increase the number of Grand Slam champions by winning the French Open, but Nadal proved by his practical actions that he was absolutely capable of continuing to compete for the Grand Slam championship in a variety of venues. For a 19-time Grand Slam champion, how can you describe him as a partial player? If he only played clay, Nadal could not achieve what he has achieved today. In fact, apart from Wimbledon following the French Open, Nadals competitiveness seems to be slightly weaker. Of course, it is only relatively apparent that Nadal has also entered the final twice in the past three years at the Australian Open. With his current physical condition and athletic level, it seems only a matter of time before the Grand Slam numbers break through 20. Source: Netease Sports Author: Leons Editor-in-Charge: Liu Jie_NS6529

If you limit your age to 30 years, Nadals performance in New York in the past three years is champion + top four + champion. Needless to say, the hard ground in New York was once considered Nadals innate weakest type of ground in the four Grand Slams, but now he can achieve such great success in the field after 30 years old. Its impossible without the ability of continuous progress and self-evolution, and Nadals physical loss during the second half of the season at the US Open is not small, but he became brave in Vietnam in Farazen when he was older, which is a real reverse growth.

At the end of his career, it was widely believed that Nadal could only increase the number of Grand Slam champions by winning the French Open, but Nadal proved by his practical actions that he was absolutely capable of continuing to compete for the Grand Slam championship in a variety of venues. For a 19-time Grand Slam champion, how can you describe him as a partial player? If he only played clay, Nadal could not achieve what he has achieved today. In fact, apart from Wimbledon following the French Open, Nadals competitiveness seems to be slightly weaker. Of course, it is only relatively apparent that Nadal has also entered the final twice in the past three years at the Australian Open. With his current physical condition and athletic level, it seems only a matter of time before the Grand Slam numbers break through 20.