Tennis: After winning the French Open, Rafael Nadal says, 'My goal is not to break Roger Federer's record'
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Tennis: After winning the French Open, Rafael Nadal says, ‘My goal is not to break Roger Federer’s record’

Tennis: After winning the French Open, Rafael Nadal says, ‘My goal is not to break Roger Federer’s record’

Nadal, who broke the record of 20 Grand Slam champions of Switzerland’s tennis star Roger Federer, said, “You cannot be disturbed by seeing a big house, big TV or a good garden than your own neighbor.”

Tennis: After winning the French Open, Rafael Nadal says, 'My goal is not to break Roger Federer's record'

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Tennis: After winning the French Open 2019, Spain’s tennis star Rafael Nadal has told about his further goal. When asked if he wants to break his next Switzerland’s tennis star Roger Federer’s record of 20 Grand Slam, he refused. Nadal said, ‘You cannot be disturbed by seeing a big house, big TV or a good garden than your neighbor’s own.’

Rafael Nadal beat the Austrian Dominic Thiem 6-3, 5-7, 6-1, 6-1 in the final match on Sunday to record the 12th French Open title (FRENCH OPEN) Won. This has increased their total Grand Slam to 18 and is only two titles behind Federer’s record of 20 Grand Slam. Nadal is now 33 years old and is five years younger than Swiss veteran Federer, but he is also troubled by injuries in his career. So his eyesight is not fixed on the record.

The Spanish player said, ‘I have not won life in this way. This is definitely an inspiration, but this is not my passion. I do not go out to practice or play every morning because of this reason. ‘ According to Nadal’s own estimation, due to long-standing knee and wrist injury, he suffered a loss of around 15 or more gramslam in his career. He said that due to injury in early 2019, he was feeling mentally and physically weak, and was questioning his love for the game. Nadal said, ‘I was not enjoying it very much. I was worried about my health. After Indian Wells, I was feeling mentally and physically weak. (Input language)

Tennis: After winning the French Open, Rafael Nadal says, ‘My goal is not to break Roger Federer’s record’, Tennis: After winning the French Open, Rafael Nadal says, ‘My goal is not to break Roger Federer’s record’, Tennis: After winning the French Open, Rafael Nadal says, ‘My goal is not to break Roger Federer’s record’

Tennis: After winning the French Open, Rafael Nadal says, ‘My goal is not to break Roger Federer’s record’
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