“What A Champion”: How The World Reacted As Rafael Nadal Wins His 14th French Open Title

“What A Champion”: How The World Reacted As Rafael Nadal Wins His 14th French Open Title

Rafael Nadal extended his record by defeating Caspar Road in the final of the French Open men’s singles final at Court Philippe-Chatterior on Sunday, winning 22 Grand Slam titles. Nadal continued his unbeaten run in the final of the Roland Garros, beating Rudd 6-3, 6-3, 6-0 to win his record 14th French Open title. With the victory, Nadal became the oldest player to win a French Open final. As Nadal won his 14th French Open and 22nd Grand Slam titles, social media resounded with praise for the 36-year-old Spanish player.

The reaction of the world is:

Former India batsman Virender Sehwag tweeted.

Indian tennis star Sania Mirza wrote on Twitter, “Fourteen !!!!!!!!!!

“Casper Ruud – Already a real champion. He’ll be back! And Rafa, well Rafa is Rafa. Always on the ground, no matter what the outcome. From the match between the opponent and the game. Respect before and after, “tweeted former South African batsman AB de Villiers.

“14. Rafa Nadal,” a post by Croatia and Real Madrid midfielder Luka Modric.

“Congratulations on the 14th French Open and the 22nd Grand Slam afaRafaelNadal.” Former India batsman Wasim Jaffer congratulated Nadal on Twitter.

“14. Don Rafael Nadal,” tweeted Spain and Real Madrid midfielder Danny Sibalos.

“Congratulations Rafael Nadal, 14 French Open crowns and 22 majors. An impeccable performance started a tough fortnight. I hope you find rest now, halfway through,” said Australian tennis legend Rod Lauer on Twitter. Wrote. “

“It’s just magical to see you come back year after year and show the way you do. Congratulations on your 14th win.
landrolandgarros won Rafa. You are an inspiration to every child around the world, “former India batsman VVS Laxman tweeted.

“I love you @ Rafael Nadal,” Spain and Manchester United posted shot stop David de Gea.

For the record, Nadal has lost just three games out of a possible 115 at Roland Garros.

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