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Rafael Nadal: The King of Clay tennis June 11, 2007

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Once again Rafael Nadal proves the world that he is the king of clay court tennis. The spaniard won the French Open (Roland Garros) for three consecutive years (2005, 2006 and 2007) which makes him the specialist for the French title. Still undefeated in the French Open, Nadal embarassed Roger Federer with 6-3, 4-6, 6-3, 6-4 in the final.

Nadal and Federer French Open 2007

As for Roger Federer, it is frustrating for him because he has once again failed to make a career grand slam. Federer however, said that he will be back and look forward to win the next year’s French open. Federer is undoubtly the world’s best player for quite a long time and is still the best, but it is unfortunate for him not to be a part of the elite club which includes Fred Perry (1933-34-35), Don Budge (1937-38), Rod Laver (1960-61-62), Roy Emerson (1961-63-64), and Andre Agassi (1992-94-95-99). These five gentlemen have won career grand slams and are part of the tennis history.

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