Nadal Wins Record French Open Title

The Spaniard routed Stan Wawrinka at Roland Garros on Sunday 6-2, 6-3, 6-1 to become the first man in history to win the same Major 10 times. And he stays ideal in French Open finals at 10-0 (20-0 when he makes the French semifinals).

"It happened 10 times here already. It's very emotional for me". So very happy for everything. But the thing that I am more proud of in my career probably is 2013.

Injury forced him to skip Wimbledon in 2009 and a year ago, while the 2012-2015 seasons saw him lose to Lukas Rosol (No. 100), Steve Darcis (No. 135), Nick Kyrgios (No. 144) and Dustin Brown (No. 102). Nadal was unable to convert four break points in the fourth game. He played 7 matches and lost 35 games.

Wawrinka slid an awkward backhand shot into the net and Nadal fell to the red once again.

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"I never agreed with people who said Rafa should stop working with Toni (Nadal), but having his friend Carlos there and Francisco Roig means that they talk to Toni and give some new ideas and then Rafa trusts the plan".

While hosting Eurosport's flagship "Game Set and Mats" programme, he said: "I'm not that interested in the numbers". It's a tough match, and a tough loss. But sometimes these moments change everything, no? I don't know. I am playing well. Then starts the match to become a little bit more normal match, no? "So was a lot of nerves out there". In the ninth game, Wawrinka broke his racquet in frustration after Nadal had two set points at 40-15.

Rafa's better serving has been a boon all year and Sunday he dropped just seven points on his first serve while winning 65% of his second.

However, that proved useless to Wawrinka as his Spanish opponent went through the second set 6-3 in 44 minutes. "Because I need to feel strong and have low, powerful legs to play well in Wimbledon".

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"You are a great example and it's always been an honor to play against you".

"So my mentality was that I can not give Stan the chance to get back into the match. So many reasons made that score today, but mainly because he was playing better".

French Open champion Rafael Nadal moved up two spots to No. 2 in the ATP rankings on Monday, his highest placing since October 2014.

Per Newbery, Wawrinka could only praise his opponent and express just how hard it is to play against him in this form: "For sure he's playing the best he's ever played, but not only here". That's for sure. But not only here. "That's why he's winning so much again". "If I am able to keep playing well, why not?" In addition to becoming the first player in the Open Era to claim 10 titles at a single Grand Slam tournament, he joined Novak Djokovic at the top of the all-time ATP World Tour Masters 1000 title leaders list, taking his haul to 30 with his triumphs at the Monte-Carlo Rolex Masters and Mutua Madrid Open.

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