Rafael Nadal: How a Win at Wimbeldon Would Edge Nadal Closer to the Best Ever
Rafael Nadal Is Close To Becoming The Best Of All Time
So Rafael Nadal is in the fourth round of this years Wimbledon tournament. He is facing Juan Martin Del Potro. Not too far away is the final match in the major, and does anyone see Nadal not in the round?
Indeed, it is impressive to think that a win here would be Nadal's third win in the last four years, at Wimbeldon. That is crazy! Nadal is dominating Wimbeldon and the French Open these days. Who is to stop him? Roger Federer can't come close to beating Nadal anymore. If you watched the French Open, Rafa clearly took over and crushed Roger. It was that simple.
How good is Nadal? Let's have a look. He has ten career grand slams to date. Something remarkable in his career is that he has achieved a career grand slam (winning at least one of each majors). If you think that is not impressive, just think Pete Sampras never accomplished the feat. Nadal has an 82% winning percentage and the number just seems to rise each time he touches the courts. he also won an Olympic gold medal in 2008. He is simply the best in the world.
He will pass Federer for major wins in the next three to four years. No one out there can beat him consistently. When it is all said and done, Nadal will be considered the greatest of all-time.
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