The French Open 2020 concluded in the middle of the Pandemic and unpredictable weather on Sunday. And while this year’s Roland Garros conditions and analyst predictions were against Rafael Nadal, Spaniard defended his title once again when he defeated Novak Djokovic in the finals.
After overcame the world number one Serbian in the straight sets, Rafael Nadal was pleased to win his 13th title at Roland Garros. Simultaneously, world number two was worried about the minimum crowd in the stands while playing at Philipe Chatrier. This year’s Paris major event took place with less than 1000 victims because of Coronavirus and its restrictions.
However, 20 times, Grand Slam winner Rafael Nadal has sent a heartfelt message to his followers and is now competing with the COVID19.
Also, Rafael Nadal said, “It has been a long day, but at the same time, very happy to win here at Roland Garros means a lot to me, and everyone knows it. The world’s situation is indeed terrible, and I am super sad to play the tournament with only 1,000 people and many restrictions.”
He continued, “For me, it has been an unforgettable day, but happiness is not complete due to the hard times we are experiencing. I want to thank everyone for their support, and I would like to send a message of support to everyone fighting the virus. I hope the situation improves soon.”
“We Hope That Soon We Can Live Again In A World”: Rafael Nadal
Whereas Spain has been severely affected by the Coronavirus, Citizen Rafa believes everything will come to normal as soon as possible. The European country has been registered 890,367 COVID-19 cases to date. The giant virus already claimed almost 33,000 lives.
The 34-years-old Spaniard also added, “A thousand thanks to all of you who have been supporting me these two weeks. Unfortunately, we have been less in contact, but, without any doubt, the love and support you send me are unconditional, and I can only thank you for everything.”
Speaking about his motherland, Nadal expressed, “Let us hope that the situation in Spain will improve since these last weeks have been very complicated. We hope that soon we can live again in a world that is happier than the one we are living in right now. A hug to all.”