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“Unpaid member of the Djokovic fan club”- Rafael Nadal fans mock Patrick Mouratoglou after his comments on the Spaniard’s French Open chances goes viral

Now that the results of the championship are out, fans on Twitter didn't really have many good words to spare for Mouratoglou. Some of them bashed him directly, whilst some took a sarcastic jab at him. 

Patrick Mouratoglou and Rafael Nadal

Twitteratis have gone crazy over Patrick Mourstoglou’s comments on Rafael Nadal not having a chance of winning this year’s French Open.  Many people didn’t even include him on their favourite list of winning the French Open, however, the Spaniard has broken all barriers and created records by winning his record 14th French Open title. He has defeated Norway’s tennis sensation Casper Ruud in straight sets 6-3, 6-3, 6-0 to achieve this. It is one of those unique records that might not be broken for a long time or forever.

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Earlier, in an interview, Patrick Mouratoglou, a well-known coach and sports commentator, said that Nadal’s lack of match practice will hinder his advancement in the French Open. “Rafael Nadal isn’t going to play a lot of matches, and it’s extremely rare that he arrives at Roland with so few games. So, for Roland-Garros, there is a real unknown for him. Despite his incredible start to the season, he is a player who has always needed to play a lot. It will not arrive at the top, ” analysed the tennis expert.

Also Read: “AN ABSOLUTE GOAT”- Rafael Nadal reigns supreme at French Open as he defeats Casper Ruud to win his 22nd Grand Slam title

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Rafael Nadal’s fans on Twitter take sarcastic Jab at Patrick Mouratoglou

Rafael Nadal

In view of that, now that the results of the championship are out, fans on Twitter didn’t really have many good words to spare for Mouratoglou. Some of them bashed him directly, whilst some took a sarcastic jab at him. 

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Hailing from the City of Joy, Pritha is a tennis writer at FirstSportz. Being an avid fanatic of Steffi Graf and Rafael Nadal, she is currently looking forward to learning more and thriving further in the field. Besides tennis, she fancies football and NBA and is a die-hard Liverpool fan. Currently, she is pursuing her Bachelor's in Botany from the University of Calcutta.