As the Spanish Tennis Icon Rafael Nadal has reached the quarter-finals of the French Open, he talked about that he is pretty happy with the easiest way he’s having fun with.
The 19-time Grand Slam champion Rafael Nadal is aiming to as quickly as as soon as extra make all of it the easiest way at Roland Garros.
The former World Number One talked about “I’m in quarterfinals without losing a set and having very positive scores. So I can’t complain at all. So, happy about that…I am quite happy about the way that I am playing, and the practices I am feeling every time a little bit better and better.”
If Nadal lifts the Coupe des Mousquetaires (the trophy awarded to the winner of the Men’s Singles rivals on the French Open.) he’ll equal Roger Federer’s file haul of 20 Grand Slam trophies.
The Spanish Tennis star is 97-2 on this event. Furthermore, The 27-year-old Tennis star could be exhibiting in his fifth straight Roland Garros quarter-final and is aiming to maneuver one step nearer.