The ace tennis player Rafael Nadar has reached a remarkable milestone as he became the only player to win the highest number of matches in a single Grand Slam. His 103rd win has come against Britain’s Cameron Norrie in the French Open at Rolland Garros. Nadal reached the fourth round of the French Open for the 16th time today where he had posted a record 13 championship titles.
Nadal broke the record of Roger Federer who had 102 wins at both Wimbledon and Australian Open. Nadal holds an incredible record of 103-2 at Rolland Garros which was quite exemplary and he is in quest for the 14th win at French Open and a record setting 21st Grand Slam title which he shares now with Roger Federer till now who had the same number of Grand Slam wins against his name.
Nadal who is the world No.3 will face the Italian Jannik Sinner for a place in the last eight in the French Open on Monday while Federer will clash with Germany’s Dominik Koepfer on Sunday in the third round.