Rafael Nadal’s 14th victory at the French Open – In the French Open men’s singles final, Rafael Nadal defeated Casper Ruud 3-0 to reach the championship. The Spanish racquet achieved the 14th French Open victory of his career.
At the French Open, the second grand slam tournament of the season, 5th seeded Rafael Nadal and 8th seeded Casper Ruud faced off in the men’s singles final.
36-year-old Nadal won the sets 6-3, 6-3, 6-0 in the match that lasted 2 hours and 18 minutes against 23-year-old Ruud, who was in the final excitement of the grand slam tournament for the first time and won the match 3-0. He became the champion in the French Open.
The Spanish racquet, who became the 14th champion in the French Open, reached the 22nd grand slam championship in total with this latest success.
Nadal, who won the title of tennis player with the most grand slam victories in men’s singles, surpassing Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic, who had 20 grand slam championships each, with his championship at the Australian Open, reached the 22nd grand slam championship in total with his victory in the French Open and became the closest tennis player. doubled its rivals.
After the match, Rafael Nadal made statements about his retirement. “The championship and the final give me motivation to keep going. I don’t know what’s going to happen in the future, but I will keep fighting,” said the Spanish racquet. used the expressions.