2013 French Open: What Title Would Mean for Each Finalist

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2013 French Open: What Title Would Mean for Each Finalist
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Rafael Nadal will be looking to take a bite out of the French Open trophy for a record eighth time on Sunday.

An epic five-set survival by Rafael Nadal and a straight-forward win by David Ferrer booked the two Spaniards into this weekend's 2013 French Open final. They join Serena Williams and Maria Sharapova from the women's draw.

While the higher-seeded Nadal and Williams will go in as the favorites, their opponents are two of the best fighters in the sport and can't be counted out.

The tennis season is mostly centered around what happens in the Grand Slam events. Within 48 hours, the tennis world will be buzzing over two major champions.

But what would the title mean for each of the four players that are still alive? Consider the following analysis.

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