French Open 2020 – Rafael Nadal Receives 20th Grand Slam Title


Spaniard Rafael Nadal defeats Jannik Sinner in the 2020 French Open quarter-finals at Stade de Roland Garros, France, October 6, 2020.



BOLASPORT.COM – The Spanish men’s singles tennis player, Rafael Nadal, once again proving himself to be the true King of Clay after winning the tournament final French Open 2020.

Rafael Nadal rose to the championship podium after defeating world number one from Serbia, Novak Djokovic, with a score of 6-0, 6-2, 7-5 on the Philippe Chatrier field, Roland Garros, Paris, France, Sunday (11/10/2020).

Armed with this victory, Nadal was also successful in embracing the title Grand Slam 20th throughout his career and equaled the record of his eternal rival, Roger Federer.

Especially at the French Open, Nadal has collected 13 titles since 2005.

The tennis player who is familiarly called Rafa has only failed to lift the French Open trophy in 2009 and 2015.

As for 2016, Nadal decided to miss due to a wrist injury.

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The course of the match

Rafael Nadal immediately appeared to kick off the first set.

Without feeling embarrassed, the second seed broke service point Novak Djokovic in the opening game.


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