“Everything may change, but not the King of Clay,” Twitter applauds Rafa as he claims his 13th Roland Garros title

twitter world erupts erupts with applauses as Rafael Nadal proves himself as the king of clay once again at the French Open 2020

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Rafael Nadal, the King of Clay created history by acing his 20th grand slam at Roland Garros today. He squashed World No. 1 Novak Djokovic 6-0, 6-2, 7-5 dazzling out to grab his 13th French Open title. The Spaniard extended his unbeatable legacy, along with equalling Swiss master Roger Federer’s Majors title record.

Twitter erupts on King Rafa’s gleam

The world showered praises for World No. 2 as he breaks a series of personal records, becoming the oldest champion in Paris since Andres Gimeno in 1972. Without dropping a set, the 34-year-old aced his 100th win at Roland Garros.

Lets look at some of the reactions:

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