Its like killing a bully, and Nadal tells you what is the king of the red earth

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 Its like killing a bully, and Nadal tells you what is the king of the red earth


Nadals presence in the French Open can be regarded as a destroyer. During his 15 year trip to Roland Garros, his record was amazing 102 games, 100-2, with a winning rate of 98.04%.

In the active players, only Djokovic, Federer and valinka can win a French Open Championship from him.

However, namiba monopolized not only the French Open, but also Nadal won unprecedented honor in the red clay arena.

After winning the French Open this year, Nadal has won 60 titles in the clay field and continues to lead the history. By contrast, villas, who are second, have only 49.

Among the 60 clay Championships, in addition to 13 French Open titles, Nadal also won 11 titles in Monte Carlo Masters and Barcelona masters respectively. The Spaniard has won double-digit trophies in all three clay events.

In terms of the title of the clay masters, Nadal is far ahead with the achievement of the 25th championship. You know, Djokovic only got 10, Federer is only 6, the total number of champions of the two people together, is still 9 points lower than Nadal.

On the clay court, Nadal has won 445 and lost 40, with a winning rate of 91.8%. As a result, the Spaniard has become the only player with a clay winning rate of more than 90% since the open era.

Among the 445 victories, Nadals record of 81 consecutive victories on clay was the most terrifying.

Nadal, who was only 18 years old at that time, had just started his career and let all the clay masters eat a hole. From the Monte Carlo Masters on April 11, 2005 to the Hamburg masters on May 20, 2007, he met God, Buddha and Buddha in the clay court, and won 81 consecutive wins, which is the longest consecutive winning record in a single match.

Before Nadal, Connors, Randall and Federer all completed 1000 career wins. Today, the Spaniards will also be in this hall of honor.

Meanwhile, the 13th French Open champion also increased Nadals Grand Slam titles to 20, juxtaposing Federer with the best in mens tennis history. Obviously, the older the devil, is not just Federers exclusive label. The French Open champion is Nadals fifth Grand Slam title since he was 30, and he has become the first player since the open era to win five Grand Slam titles after 30. In fact, as long as he remains strong in the clay court, Nadal can compete for the first place in the history of mens tennis. Interestingly, many experts have asserted that according to Nadals physical condition and his fighting style, he may have retired early at the age of 30. Now, Nadal, 34, has proved that he is still the invincible king of the red earth. Source of this article: Netease sports Author: Benbo Erba, responsible editor: Cao Liqiao_ NS1806

Obviously, the older the devil, is not just Federers exclusive label. The French Open champion is Nadals fifth Grand Slam title since he was 30, and he has become the first player since the open era to win five Grand Slam titles after 30.

In fact, as long as he remains strong in the clay court, Nadal can compete for the first place in the history of mens tennis.

Interestingly, many experts have asserted that according to Nadals physical condition and his fighting style, he may have retired early at the age of 30.