Why Rafael Nadal will win the 2020 French Open. Not only are Novak Djokovic and Rafael Nadal playing for the French Open title on Sunday, they are jostling for position in the race to be crowned the ‘GOAT’ – the Greatest Of All Time.
In tennis The number of Grand Slam titles is the most obvious and easiest metric for those who wish to determine – and not everyone does – which man is the Greatest Of All Time.
Spanish second seed Nadal, 34, is looking to land a 13th title at Roland Garros, which would move him level with Roger Federer’s all-time leading men’s tally of 20 Grand Slam singles victories. Hot on their heels is top seed Djokovic. The Serb is looking for his 18th Grand Slam title and second French Open win.
Why Rafael Nadal will win the 2020 French Open
Here are our best arguments for Rafael Nadal as the winner of the men’s singles final at Roland Garros today.
- Nadal can equal Roger Federer at 20 Grand Slam titles with a record 13th French Open title.
- Nadal never lose at Roland Garros (only two matches lost with 99 matches won since 2005).
- Nadal is 6-1 against Djokovic at Roland Garros. Only loss came in the QF 2015 and Nadal was at a all-time low back then.
- Nadal in in the final without losing a set. Djokovic lost one to Busta and 2 sets to Tsitsipas in the semis. Nadal has been more impressive.
- Nadal has a 63.4% second serve points won heading into the final. Djokovic only 52.8%.
- Rafael Nadal has a 12-0 record in French Open finals and has never been taken to 5 sets in a final.
- Nadal won the last meeting on clay against Djokovic 6-0, 4-6, 6-1 in the final of Rome 2019.
- He is Rafael Nadal.
..If he lose the final it is because the opponents name is Novak Djokovic…
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