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20 Unbroken records of Rafael Nadal you never heard about

20 Unbroken records of Rafael Nadal you never heard about
20 Unbroken records of Rafael Nadal you never heard about
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Rafael Nadal has many unbelievable records you might not hear about before

The records were achieved but the Spanish legend Rafael Nadal is unbelievable, some records are already famous, but some records are hidden and only some people know them,

in this article, we will dive and check the 20 Unbroken records of Rafael Nadal you never heard about in his career.

We Analyzed many Rafael Nadal records and brought to you 20 records that are not famous but are incredible for a Tennis player

Let’s dive in and check:

20 Unbroken records of Rafael Nadal you never heard about

  • French Open (13) – Most titles won at a single Grand Slam tournament
  • Most combined hard court (5) and clay court (13) Grand Slam titles – 18
  • 10 consecutive years of winning 1+ grand slam title (2005–2014)
  • Won at least one grand slam title for 10 consecutive years
  • 16 consecutive victories in semifinals
  • 4 grand slam wins without losing a set
  • Achieved the Career Grand Slam + Olympic Singles Gold medal + Olympic Doubles Gold Medal
  • 13 finals at the same event (French Open)
  • 4 grand slam titles won without losing a set (2008, 2010, 2017, 2020 French Open)
  • Youngest men’s player to complete the Career Grand Slam (aged 24)
  • Won Career Grand Slam, and Olympic singles and doubles gold medals
  • Longest single surface win streak (Clay courts – 81)
  • 11 titles at three tournaments (French Open, Barcelona, and Monte Carlo)
  • 8 finals reached without losing a set (in Grand Slam)
  • Won a US Open final without facing a break point
  • Won at least one Masters 1000 title for 10 consecutive years
  • 8 tournaments won without dropping a set
  • Highest overall match win percentage – 82.74% (398–83)
  • 4 consecutive titles won in a single season
  • 10+ titles at two tournaments (11 Monte Carlo Masters and 10 Rome Masters)
  • Clay Slam (Won Monte Carlo, Rome, Madrid, and French Open in the same year)
  • 7 years winning both titles – Monte Carlo & Rome
  • Most consecutive weeks in top 10 (833 weeks)
  • Only player to be ranked no.1 in three decades 2000s,2010s,2020s

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20 Unbroken records of Rafael Nadal you never heard about

20 Unbroken records of Rafael Nadal you never heard about
20 Unbroken records of Rafael Nadal you never heard about

20 Unbroken records of Rafael Nadal you never heard about

Rafael Nadal reveals what records mean to him

In a previous interview of Rafael Nadal, He explained that He is not obsessed with records and He’s satisfied with his achievements,

“I have a healthy ambition. Of course, I am ambitious, if not I would never be in the position I am today but I have probably a different kind of ambition than him, for example.”

“I just keep going, keep doing what I’m doing and just try to put myself in a position to keep enjoying the tour and, of course, try to achieve as much as possible,” he said.

“I am super satisfied with the career I’m having. Not today, I was super satisfied years ago already but I am not taking a step back in motivation because of that.”

“I don’t get frustrated if I am losing one tournament, I am trying to approach the thing in a different way.”

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20 Unbroken records of Rafael Nadal you never heard about

20 Unbroken records of Rafael Nadal you never heard about
20 Unbroken records of Rafael Nadal you never heard about

Rafael Nadal praises Roger Federer’s competition

With their rivalry, Rafael Nadal praised Roger Federer for a great competition throughout the years..

“I just try my best every single day, That’s all… For me, the records are important, of course, I am a competitor.”

“But I have never been obsessed about trying to be the best or not. I just have been focused on trying to give my best in every single moment.”

“Roger Federer and I have been here for such a very long time. Since 2005 we are competing.”

“I am proud and happy to be a part of this moment of our history of our sport.”

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