Who won the Men's Singles in 2019 French Open tennis recently?

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Rahul Roi asked 16-Jun-2019 in General Knowledge by Rahul Roi

Who won the Men's Singles in 2019 French Open tennis recently?

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Anonymous User answered 20-Jul-2019 by Anonymous User

The ace player and tennis star “Rafael Nadal” won the 2019 Men’s Singles category in ‘French OpenTennis Tournament.

Who won the Men

This was Nadal’s 12th French Open title. In the finals of French Open Men’s Singles event, he beat ‘Dominic Thiem’ and mark it as his careers 18th Grand Slam Title. The final event of 2019, was just like the re-match of 2018, as the players of the final event were the same and even the resultant was also the same. In the final event, he once again defeated his opponent to add to his total Roland Garros tally. This year, he took a total of four sets (6-3, 5-7, 6-1, 6-1) to beat his opponent.

After 2019, win of French Open, he became the first Tennis player to ever win the same slam for a record of 12 times. He is also considered as the best clay player of all times. Currently, he ranks at the 2nd place only behind ‘Novak Djokovic’. At the age of 19, Nadal won at Roland Garros for the first time.

Apart from this win, Nadal also witnessed his long-time association with the brand “Nike”. Each year, Nadal wore Nike sneakers on the clay. However, this year, the brand sported the NikeCourt Cage 3 Glove “What The” Rafa which is special and made with a personalized touch for Rafal Nadal. The shoe has numerous visual details in respect for recalling all the sneakers Nadal wore to claim victory in Paris.

After losing the 2nd set of the match Nadal didn’t give even an inch of space or error from him to over-power Nadal and score a win in the final event. However, the Australian player tried hard to during the rest of the match to score a set but he was left with no answer and Nadal served out the match. As well as, the King of Clay, Nadal had never lost a French Open final match and that record remained intact. He now holds a huge record of 93-2 win-loss record at Paris's clay.