No one can go near Rafael Nadal’s record (Updated)

The name of Pete Sampras will come to mind when writing about the history of tennis. The former United States star once won the most Grand Slam titles. Roger Federer surpassed Sampras’ record of 14 Grand Slams in 2009. Rafael Nadal, who touched Federer’s record of 20 Grand Slam victories last Sunday, has won one French Open 13 times.

Rafael Nadal

Will Nadal ever break this incredible record in Roland Garo? Andy Murray, once named after Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal, and Novak Djokovic thinks this is not a record-breaker. “It’s an incredible achievement,” Murray said of Cologne in Germany yesterday. He never seems to break the record of what he did in Roland Garo. He can win once more, the number may eventually be 14-15. Sampras has won just one Grand Slam, less than a single tournament.

The French Open means Nadal. The King of the Red Fort has lost only twice in 102 matches on the red court in Paris. “This is amazing,” said the grand slam champion three times Murray. I consider it one of the best records in the sport. I don’t think this record will be repeated. I think no one can even go near this record.

Marek also had to answer the question of who could win the Grand Slam record, “It’s impossible to answer this question because you don’t know what will happen next. Someone can get hurt, it can turn the whole career like me. So I would say Rafa (Nadal) or Novak (Djokovic) will all be healthy and retire at the same age. ‘

An incredible record at the French Open, men’s tennis most Grand Slam wins sitting next to Federer — many want to put the crown of the best on Nadal’s head. What does Nadal himself think? Nadal had to answer such a question in an interview given on the website of ATP, the parent body of professional tennis.

Most Grand Slam-winning male players (Top 5)

          Trophy        players              Country

          20           Roger Federer       Switzerland

         20           Rafael Nadal            Spain

         17           Novak Djokovic         Serbia

          14            Pete Sampras         United States

         12            Roy Emerson            Australia

The King of the Red Fort, however, said the future would answer this question, ‘Those who know the history of tennis very well will analyze these numbers. Honestly, these are not very big issues for me. I am satisfied with my career. At the moment of course it’s clear I’m one of the best two. We have to see what happens in the next few years what Djokovic does, what Federer does when he returns, and what I do. If all goes well, we will have the opportunity to judge everything at the end of our careers.


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