The 'King Of Clay' Still Reigns Supreme With 12th French Open Title

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Toni Nadal, the uncle and longtime coach of Rafael Nadal, was waiting to meet with his nephew after the final at the 2019 French Open on Sunday, ready to congratulate his nephew on his 12th Roland Garros title. No other representative of his sport - female or male, in the professional Era or the beginning of the last Millennium has ever triumphed twelve Times at the same Grand Slam tournament.

French Open champion Rafael Nadal said he will play no grasscourt warm-up tournaments ahead of Wimbledon but is confident he can mount a challenge for a third title in southwest London.

The King of Clay also wins his 18th Grand Slam which puts him just two behind Roger Federer who has to be getting anxious.

Thiem came into the match having played for three consecutive days while Nadal was well rested after playing just once between last Tuesday and the final. Second on the list is Roger Federer of Switzerland, who has won eight Wimbledon titles.

A few hours after he left the track, the 33-year-old Spaniard told him that he is now just two titles away from Federer's 37-year-old record with time on his side. He is also a three-time runner-up at the grass-court Grand Slam tournament, but he hasn't reached the final since 2011.

"I was not enjoying it too much, I was anxious about my health". That's not the way I see life.

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For the twelfth Time, Nadal was in the finals of Roland Garros, for the twelfth Time victor Nadal said. "I have been able to be very close to win another title there".

"I was too negative".

"He said the speed and intensity in the first two sets was very hard, it was brutal conditions as well with long rallies and it was hard to breathe".

But in the past two years, he seems to have found a way to play well on grass again.

Were the premiere title for the refreshing German double-Andreas Mies/Kevin Krawietz and in the women's singles for the Australian Ashleigh Barty veritable Coups, the "dirty dozen", such as the title number twelve quickly became called has surprised no one. "I could stop for a while and recover or change my attitude and recover".

"It's unbelievable, I'm a little bit speechless".

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The win was also Nadal's 82nd of his career and 59th on clay. Spain's Rafael Nadal poses with the trophy after winning the final against Austria's Dominic Thiem.

"So I just try to be positive, to be intense, and to be passionate about what I am doing".

"We'll see, but, yes, I think so". He said: "You can't be frustrated all the time because the neighbour has a bigger house than you, or a bigger TV or a better garden".

"I played a great event past year".

That couldn't happen as Nadal sailed through his service games easily to close the set with another powerful forehand in game nine, moving closer to the finish line and another title in Paris. Since 2005, he has only lost twice at the French Open, once at the hands of Robin Soderling and once at the hands of Novak Djokovic.

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