Clay Court King Rafael Nadal wins hearts again
At the French Open, Rafael Nadal defeated Novak Djokovic 6-2, 4-6, 6-2 and 7-6 in a four-set match.
If Rafael wins the French Open final this time, then it will be his 14th title. Nadal won his first French Open title in 2005.
Nadal is also on his way to the 22nd Grand Slam title of his career. On June 3, he will face Alexander Zverev.
Last year, Djokovic defeated Nadal in the final match on clay courts, and Nadal had tasted defeat on this court for the first time.
This was the 59th match between Nadal and Djokovic. Both have a career spanning more than 17 years.
Rafael Nadal was battling a rib fracture in March. Despite the pain in May, he still took part in the Madrid Open.
Nadal has won 13 French Open titles so far.Apart from this, he has won 2 Australian Open, 2 Wimbledon and 4 US Open.
Nadal is the first player in the world to win the same Grand Slam singles title 13 times in the Open Era of tennis that began in 1968.
Djokovic was dreaming of winning the 21st Grand Slam this time to match Nadal, which is now broken.