“The Spanish Tennis Federation suggested that I move to …”.

Whether it was occupied on the grass of Stuttgart ─ where he passed the first round beating O’Connell and dumalo sa maintenance the winner of Kudla-Bublik ─ Grand Chelem champion Andy Murray before his first match did not missed the opportunity to continue to make Rafael Nadal’s reputation for what he accomplished at Roland Garros.

The Scots, on the microphone of Tennisnet, showed confidence: almost no player will be able to equal the Moroccan record in the French major: “I haven’t seen all the matches because I played a tournament and I was on the court until Saturday.

But I managed to see some challenges. The results obtained by Rafa Nadal and Iga Swiatek are incredible. Swiatek now has the opportunity to write his own story. And Rafael? Winning 14 Grand Chelem tournaments in the same place is unbelievable.

When Rafa won his eleventh or twelfth title in Paris, I said I didn’t think it would be repeated. I’m not going to take practical precautions around 14 parts of Roland Garros, and include the moon that includes 14 parts.

Carlos Alcaraz is 19 and should have chances to win the tournament every time he plays. But I can’t imagine that anyone can do that “Among the first teammates who congratulated Rafael Nadal for his fourteenth victory over Roland Garros, his No. 1 fan and compatriot Carlos Alcaraz, who could not face him in the semi-final car he crashed into the quarterfinals against German Alexander Zverev, injured.

Nadal is a true legend

Rafael Nadal won his 14th title at Roland-Garros last Sunday, beating Norwegian Casper Ruud in the final in 3 sets. “One of the keys to success was staying at home.

I have never had doubts on this subject. My career would have been very different if I hadn’t had my family. I am no longer a child! But it’s like we all live in the same village.

Everyone talks and everyone knows. I am very close to my father, my mother. It’s obvious when we see each other, “said Nadal.” The Spanish Tennis Federation offered to move me to Barcelona.

But my uncle – who was my coach – knew that in Majorca, I played with a good team, surrounded by good players, and everything went well, “said Nadal. Spain in particular won 112 of the 115 matches that he challenged Roland Garros and lost only three times.

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