Anwar Ibrahim (Cairo)
When Spanish tennis star Rafael Nadal watched the Champions League final between his favorite Real Madrid and Liverpool, he never thought he would be crowned the Royal Club in the 14th edition in the history of the tournament. At the State de France in Paris, the capital of France .. But as he sat in the stadium it really happened on the field that the European final was about to follow, and what happened to Real seemed a good omen to him. Not many days have passed since he took the lead on the world stage, this time at the tennis court at the Roland Corros campus in Paris, practicing his favorite pastime of winning this French Championship. Slam matches, fighting in it from its inception to winning the trophy for the 14th time, as his tongue says: I became Roland 14 times, just like I became the champion in the Real Champions League 14. Cross Champion.
Nadal’s history at the Roland Keros and other Grand Prix tennis tournaments is even more honorable, and despite his age being over 36, Norway managed to beat Caspar Root to move up to fourth in the world rankings. Serbia’s Novak Djokovic was the only player to finish third in the final of the Roland Cross, 3/0 (6/3, 6/3, 6/0), which lasted two hours and twenty minutes. Nadal was knocked out in the quarterfinals of the tournament by world number one Daniel Medvedev of Russia. Spanish “Madador” Nadal.
Since 2005, Nadal has monopolized the French Championship and become the most successful tennis player in the competition, with the French administration installing a stainless steel statue weighing 800 kilograms at the Roland Keros Stadium last year.
Natalie’s success in this competition has continued from 2005 to 2006, 2007, 2008, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2017, 2018, 2019, 2020, 2020 and from 2020 onwards. 1891 Valuable French Championship. Nadal has a total of 112 wins in this competition since he started participating in it, and he has lost only 3 times.
Nadal excelled on clay and “sandy” pitches, as well as on grass and hard pitches, but he excelled in sand, and Nadal went on to win 22 titles in tennis at his long history, including two titles at Wimbledon, two titles at the Australian Open, and four titles at The US Open. ) In addition to the 14 titles he won at Roland Cross.
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