Rafael Nadal: They didnt care much about winning or losing

Monday, March 14, 2022
author picture Emma Richard
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In the 2012 French Open‚ Rafael Nadal beat Roger Federer in straight sets‚ a feat that no other player had ever managed. After losing to Roger in the first round‚ Nadal recovered to win in five sets and claim a second Australian Open title. His win in Miami was his first Grand Slam final since 2011. His victory in Miami gave him his 21st major singles title. In 2013‚ he won the Barcelona Open and Mutua Madrid Open and defeated Stanislas Wawrinka in the final. His winning streak continued‚ as he reached the quarterfinals of the French and Wimbledon. In 2011‚ he beat Roger Federer again in the Rome Masters‚ claiming his third Grand Slam trophy. Despite the difficulties of the French Open‚ Nadal is now 16-0 in the season. In addition to the French Open‚ he has won the Australian Open and the Rio Open. His tenacity has earned him the nickname The Hungarian Tiger. The motivation for this attitude is his family‚ who instilled in him a positive‚ never-say-die attitude. While his parents didn't care too much about the outcome of a match‚ Nadal was always determined to win.

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In the 2010 Mutua Madrilena Madrid Open‚ Rafael Nadal beat Roger Federer in straight sets. With this victory‚ he became the first player to win 18 Masters titles in a tournament. He went on to win the 2013 Australian Open‚ tying his record.