8 Is Not Enough.

June 10, 2013 in Sports


As Rafeal Nadal wins his record 8th French Open Championship at Roland Garros, also a record for any one grand slam event in straight sets over David Ferrer he has put the tennis world on notice that he is back from a year of injuries and missed events. With a strong forehand and an even tougher backhand that gives even Nadal’s toughest opponents Roger Federer, Novak Djokovic sleepless nights and David Ferrer stood no chance. The master of clay court matches with a record of 59-1 Nadal is clearly unbeatable in France, not with standing Wimbledon, the US Open are on the horizon where the grass courts haven’t been as friendly and his long time foes await him ready to test his physical as well as his mental toughness to truly gauge if Rafi the Spaniard is really back. Men’s tennis is at its best when the three of Federer, Djkovic, and Nadal are at their best, with a lack of supreme American talent to challenge them or even rally the fans we look to the golden men to keep the sport going and the ratings high.