Spain’s veteran star Rafael Nadal on Sunday boosted his record as the most-crowned player in the French Open (Roland Garros), the second of the Grand Slam four tournaments.
This came after he won the title for the 13th time in his sports career, beating world number one Novak Djokovic 0-6, 1-6, 5-7, in a big match for the king of clay courts, Nadal.
Nadal, 32, became the first professional player to win one major championship 13 times, raising his Grand Slam tournament to 20 titles equal to Roger Federer.
He proved that he is the undisputed “king” of the French championship and its dirt fields by achieving his 100th victory in 95 matches played on Paris’s stadiums.
— ATP Tour (@atptour) October 11, 2020