Rafael Nadal Wins French Open 2010
Rafael Nadal has conquered the men’s singles finals at the French Open 2010, taking back the title which opponent Robin Soderling took last year.
He has now won the French Open five times over the six years and consequently, replaces Roger Federer as the number 1 tennis player in the world.
“Last year was a difficult year, and I worked a lot to be here,” the 24-year-old Spaniard said afterward, the trophy close at hand. “This is very important for me. It was a personal goal to be back at my best.”
“I’m back,” said Nadal, who will probably be seeded No. 1 at Wimbledon later this month. “And I win.”