French Open 2011: Rafael Nadal Bests Roger Federer in Epic Finals Match
Once again, Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer met to determine the winner of another ATP major
With the 2011 French Open on the line, the top seed, Nadal, bested Federer (7-6, 7-5, 5-7, 6-1). Federer pushed Nadal several times in the first three sets. Roger even managed to break Nadal in the third set and go on to win the set later on. Rafael seemed to be losing a little stamina at the end of the set. There was a buzz that Federer might take the next set to push it to a fifth set. After all, Roger was hitting some impressive shots and taking command of the clay. However, Roland Garros is Nadal’s place and he would not conceive to the idea that Roger was going to pull out a dramatic comeback.
The pivotal point in the match for Nadal might have been losing that third set. He came out in the fourth set focused and on fire. His returns were pinpoint and awesome while his serves fast and on target. He seemed to have his legs back again and his energy was electrifying. With a few fantastic shots and a couple of phenomenal games to break Federer In the fourth, Nadal has won his sixth French Open in seven years. The six French Open titles, ties him with Bjorn Borg for the most titles at the French Open. What is even more impressive is that Nadal is now 45-1 in French Open play! This Major win gives him ten majors in his career, only six away from tying Roger Federer.
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