Netease Sports reported on October 12:
Who could have imagined that a battle considered to be the most critical for men's tennis GOAT competition, but it was staggeringly one-sided. Nadal and Djokovic’s 56th match, the ninth Grand Slam final between the two, ended in Nadal's victory. The first set gave the egg 6-0. A total of 7 breaks were made. Nadal For the fourth time, he was crowned in Roland Garros without losing a game, once again proving his status as the unshakable king of clay.
Because of the outbreak, Nadal gave up the opportunity to go to New York to defend the US Open, which now seems to be a very wise move. In Nadal’s strategy, skipping North American hard-court events and focusing on the clay-court events in September and October is the top priority of the season. Early preparations for the clay-court games that he is better at, Nadal’s goal is very clear. . Of course, the previous quarter-final loss to Schwarzman at the Rome Masters still caused Nadal to suffer a certain degree of controversy. After all, that loss was a bit unexpected and made him miss the first Rome "ten crown" in history. Opportunity, but Nadal is still Nadal after all. He can always become a beast when he comes to Paris, even in this special situation this year.
When the men’s singles draw was released, Nadal’s draw did not seem to be ideal. Tim, who had just been crowned in the U.S. Open, was in the same half as him, and due to the postponement of the season, the changes in climate and venue, and the speed of the ball Factors such as slowing down and other factors have created difficulties for Nadal to be crowned king again. "In many aspects of the game conditions may be my
However, once he stepped onto the field, Nadal became unstoppable. The second and third rounds gave eggs in two games. The first four rounds of promotion can be said to be calm. In the quarter-finals, facing the first post-00 Senna who reached the quarter-finals of the Grand Slam, Nadal improved his state in time and continued to sweep 3-0. In the semi-finals, he entered the semi-finals for the first time and defeated himself in Rome. In Schwarzman, Nadal once again demonstrated his style as the king of Roland Garros, and successfully reached the final with a record of not losing a set of revenge. The venue and other issues that he was worried about before seemed to be nothing to say.
In the final, facing his old opponent Djokovic across the net, it was a huge opportunity for both sides. Before the game, the two men put on top hats, and both believed that their opponents were the strongest enemies of their careers, but looked at the clay court and French Open. Nadal is still the absolute ruler. Even when the two faced off at the French Open in 2015, Nadal lost 0-3 to Djokovic, but this will not affect Nadal’s confidence in the slightest. Djokovic obviously didn't get much incentive from that victory.
The so-called needle-point confrontation with Maimang has completely evolved into a stage where Nadal performed by himself. Compared to Djokovic, Nadal's opening focus was significantly higher, and his performance on the court was also more exciting. In the first set, he broke three times and beat Djokovic with a 6-0. Stunned. In the second set, Nadal's state was still very hot, and he captured the opponent's serve twice and scored another victory 6-2. Only two games were lost in the first two sets. Nadal turned the final into an exhibition match. This state is really terrifying.
When Nadal achieved four consecutive championships at the French Open in 2008, Federer was destroyed in the finals 6-1, 6-3 and 6-0. In three sets, his opponent only got 4 games. Nadal seemed to be repeating this after 12 years. How to win? Of course, Djokovic will not be in a downturn after all. After the two broke each other in the third set, a rare see-saw situation in this final was formed. However, after a stalemate reached 5 and Djokovic was broken by a double fault, Nadal ended the game in a LOVE GAME way and won the game 7-5.
The 3-0 sweep of Djokovic was Nadal's 100th victory at the French Open. He won his 13th French Open championship with 100 wins and reached the top of the French Open for the fourth time without losing a set. This is of great significance to Nadal. When Nadal reached the top of Roland Garros for the first time in 2005, he was still a 19-year-old. Now at 34, he can still win the French Open for the 13th time, even if you are used to Nadal dominating the clay court. Doesn't it still sound incredible? Mainly to maintain a strong competitiveness on the clay court, Nadal can continue to accumulate Grand Slam honors. In Roland Garros, he can always stimulate his greatest potential. How long will he be able to rule the French Open?
德约科维奇的3-0横扫是纳达尔在法网的第100场胜利。他获得了100场胜利，赢得了第13届法国公开赛冠军，并且连续第四次蝉联法国公开赛冠军并没有丢盘。这对纳达尔意义重大。当纳达尔在2005年首次登上罗兰·加洛斯（Roland Garros）的榜首时，他仍然只有19岁。如今，他已经34岁了，尽管您已经习惯了纳达尔在红土场上的统治，他仍然可以第13次赢得法国公开赛。听起来还是令人难以置信吗？主要是为了在红土场上保持强大的竞争力，纳达尔可以继续积累大满贯荣誉。在罗兰·加洛斯（Roland Garros），他总是可以激发自己的最大潜力。他将能够统治法网多长时间？