Rafael Nadal won the Roland Garros final 6-0, 6-2 and 7-5 against Novak Djokovic. With this title, he reached Roger Federer as the top Grand Slams winner, both with 20.
The Spaniard advanced steadily in the decisive duel against the Serbian, whom he broke twice. In addition, he was 70% efficient on the first serve of the first set against Djokovic’s 36%.
With a relentless level, Nadal also had a 50% success in the break points of the first set, showing a great level in the final of Roland Garros against the No. 1 in the world.
In addition, the Serbian received his third 6-0 in a Grand Slam, with Dominic Thiem in the 2017 edition of Roland Garros (quarterfinals) being the last.
In the second set and despite the fact that Djokovic won his first game in the final, Nadal continued with his high level and showed it with his fantastic shots.
But Novak Djokovic was not far behind and showed, with his magnificent tennis in the second set, why he is number one in the world.
When it seemed that the Serbian could come back in the second set, Rafa Nadal reappeared in all his splendor to again break a Djokovic who seems to have no foot in the Philippe-Chatrier.
To end the second game, Nadal was no less than in the first and once again demonstrated all his tennis to a Djokovic who never found his rhythm in the match.
The delirium of the third set was seen in the fourth game when the Mallorcan, despite losing at that moment, left a fantastic drop shot that took all the applause.
In the third set, Novak Djokovic managed to break Rafael Nadal for the first time in the match so as not to lose the rhythm of the match and remain in play for the grand final at Roland Garros.
At the end of the third set, the Serbian began to show why he is number one in the ATP rankings and received all the support from the Philippe-Chatrier rostrum after showing his magnificent tennis.
Despite the fact that Djokovic is having an adverse final against Nadal, the number one showed all his tennis qualities to try to reverse history, which ended up being favorable to Nadal.
With fantastic tennis, the Spaniard once again demonstrated why he is number one in the history of brick dust and won his 13th Roland Garros.