Who won Roland Garros in 2011?

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Who won Roland Garros in 2011?

Who won Roland Garros in 2011?

Rafael Nadal Defending champion Rafael Nadal successfully defended his title, defeating rival Roger Federer in the final, 7–5, 7–6, 5–7, 6–1 to win the men's singles tennis title at the 2011 French Open.

How many times has Nadal lost at Roland Garros?

The Mayorca island tennis player Rafael Nadal has been the most successful in history on clay courts. He has a 62–8 record in clay court tournament finals and has lost only four times in best-of-five-set matches on this turf.

What happened to Nadal in 2009 French Open?

Nadal was the four-time defending champion, but he lost in the fourth round to Söderling. This marked Nadal's first defeat at the French Open, having won the title in all four of his previous appearances since debuting in 2005 and winning his first 31 matches. His loss guaranteed a first-time French Open champion.

Who won women's French Open 2011?

Li Na Li Na defeated defending champion Francesca Schiavone in the final, 6–4, 7–6 to win the women's singles tennis title at the 2011 French Open. Li Na became the first Asian and Chinese Major singles champion.

Who won 2010 French Open?

Rafael Nadal 2010 French Open – Men's Singles
Men's Singles
2010 French Open
ChampionRafael Nadal
Runner-upRobin Söderling
Final score6–4, 6–2, 6–4
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Why is Nadal good on clay?

Spain is hot and dry, and so there's little worry that the clay will turn into mud. In one more twist of fate, Toni thought that clay was the best court to teach his nephew how to play tennis. The surface slowed balls down, so Rafael could more easily see the effect that spin, pace, and positioning can have on a match.

Has Federer beaten Nadal on clay?

Federer would never beat Nadal again on clay, their record on red dirt now being 14-2, while in their overall head-to-head, the Spaniard still prevails 24-16.

Has Nadal ever lost a French Open final?

Nadal is also the only player to beat Federer in the finals of three different grand slams, the French Open, the Australian Open, and Wimbledon). His sole loss at the French Open during this period came at the hands of Sweden's Robin Söderling in 2009 in the round of 16.

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