Rafael Nadal delivered a great match on Sunday during the French Open Finals. He stunned everybody with his straight-set win against Novak Djokovic. After winning the match he won the title of French Open 2020. Besides, he also equaled Roger Federer’s record of Grand Slam titles, which everyone was very keen to see.
This was Nadal’s 13th win at Roland Garros and he couldn’t be more about it. Moreover, his love for Roland Garros is something everyone is aware of. This time also, after delivering a fantastic match, Rafael went to Mollarco to give his trophy to the museum, which he couldn’t be more proud of.
“I am Very Satisfied, Very Happy”: Rafael Nadal
Nadal left a special message for his fans while delivering the trophy for display in the museum.
“Hello everybody, I’m nowhere in Mallorca, in Manacor and of course I’m very happy and satisfied with what I have achieved. It’s no less true that it’s a bittersweet feeling because we have been through some very complicated months in various senses and the most important thing is health.” Rafa said.
Rafa continued to explain the major differences which he has seen in the last couple of months and how the pandemic has affected everyone around.
“The second is the economic situation, which is causing many families to go through a hard time. We have to trust that all of this will improve, trust that the vaccine will come as soon as possible and that we can all go back to living in a more pleasant world and being happier. I also wanted to thank you for all the messages of support over the last few weeks.” Rafa said to his fans.
Spaniard also expressed how overwhelmed he was after receiving such a great response from his fans and well-wishers worldwide. Moreover, the way technology got him close to his fans without any direct contact.
Just like any of us, Rafael also hopes to see betterment in the situation around and wishes to have a happier and pleasant world to survive in.
“Finally, I would like to tell you that I am leaving the trophy here in the museum at the Academy, in Manacor, for all of you that would like to see it. Remember that any of you that want to come are giving very significant help so that the Foundation and its projects can become increasingly important and we can help more people that really need it. A big hug for every one and thank you so much”. he said.