On October 11th local time, the 2020 French Open came to an end. In the final, Nadal defeated Djokovic 3-0 and scored his 13th Musketeer Cup, which also tied the record of 20 titles held by Federer.
AFP-Nadal's overwhelming victory
Agence France-Presse reported that Nadal defeated Djokovic in a "one-sided" match, with 14 and 52 unforced errors. This is the third time the Spaniard has defeated Djokovic in the final of the event, and still maintains an overwhelming advantage over the latter on clay.
ESPN-as always a landmark victory
ESPN reported that this French Open men's singles match should be "Nadal will always remember, and Djokovic will try to forget". The article commented that with his iconic "cruel" performance, Nadal swept his opponents to win the championship, and set many firsts in the Open era. In addition to the 20th crown and the French Open 13th, he was the first in the four majors without losing a set. The player who won the championship was also the first male player in 50 years to win 6 championships after the age of 30. The ESPN report also quoted the celebrity McEnroe commenting on Nadal: "I don't care about any changes in the venue this year. Rafa Nadal is still a powerful clay court player in world history."
BBC-Nadal "King of Red Clay"
Written by BBC, Nadal proved to the world why he can be called the "King of Red Clay". The article reads: "In the past 15 years, few things in the sports world have been as stable as Nadal winning the French Open." The article also listed the challenges that Nadal will face in this championship, including the epidemic, venue, Factors such as temperature. But the "king of clay" overcame these difficulties one by one, not only played a game without losing, but more importantly, defeated Djokovic in the final in this way. The BBC praised Nadal for his "unbelievable" level and his extremely "fierce" performance on both offense and defense.
METRO-Nadal's Teaching Competition
When the British media METRO used the words "teaching" when evaluating this "Dana Game", it used the words "teaching" to accommodate the god-level performance of Dahl. The article pointed out that although there are various signs and predictions before the game that Djokovic will be "discounted" due to the changes in the conditions of this year's competition, but in the end Nadal still performed "almost no mistakes" without any suspense. Won the championship.
The New York Times——
The New York Times published a feature on runner-up Djokovic, saying that the world's No. 1 Djokovic tried his best to consolidate his "leader" and "championship" status this season, but the results were not as expected. He has experienced unprecedented turbulence in this year, and in the end Nadal became the first player to defeat Djokovic in the true sense of the 2020 season. The article stated that the latter can still strive for "perfection," and the key lies in "unforced errors that are restricted on and off the court."