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Nine titles in ten participations in Roland Garros, the toughest tennis tournament ever on the face of the earth. In Paris Nadal always ends up finding his best tennis and never gives up on the quest for victory. Nor did he do so today and his attitude, intelligence and strength again found reward against Djokovic, including: 3-6, 7-5, 6-2 and 6-4, the best Spanish sportsman ever summed with clear superiority his 68th victory on Paris' Ocre tracks. He did not do so today, and his attitude, intelligence and strength again found reward against Djokovic, including: 3-6, 7-5, 6-2 and 6-4. Who now remembers that faraway orphan defeats the defunct Soderling?

After losing the first set, Nadal gave a new tennis lesson at Philippe Chatrier. He learned from his mistakes, took command of the party and masterfully handled his emotions in the final moments. Even on two occasions he overcame the reactions of the fearsome Serb to end up closing the second and fourth set in his favor. In sport, it doesn't matter how many times you fall, but how many times you're able to get up and learn from what happened. There lies the success with capital letters of the authentic Duke of Palma, who has already added as many Grand slams (14) as the mythical Pete Sampras. Exceeding Federer's record seems more likely than ever...

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I hope that the entire Spanish press will make a parenthesis tomorrow to pay the tribute that Manacor's titan deserves (and his tears of joy), who is also our best Ambassador in the world and the best example that everything is not lost. Today more than ever I recommend the documentary that'L'Team 21 'produced about Nadal in the run-up to the tournament and which can be found in the penultype post of this blog. For the ninth time, Chapeau for Rafa.

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