Rafael Nadal wins the French Open: the eternal king of Paris

Rafael Nadal wins the French Open


Eternal King of Paris

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22 Grand Slam victories and not enough: Rafael Nadal succeeds once again in an important final.

(Photo: Thomas Samson/AFP)

Rafael Nadal wins the most important tournament of his career for the fourteenth time. The Spaniard dominated the final against Casper Rudd, who had no chance, thanked his doctor, and declared to the cheers of the crowd: That’s not all yet.


Gerald Cliveman, Paris

Rafael Nadal was not in the sand this time. He did not throw himself. It’s usually not a good sign when he’s competing here, in this place.

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