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WATCH: The King of Spain and Prince of Norway cheer for Rafael Nadal and Casper Ruud in the French Open final

The King of Spain and The Prince of Norway watch the pride of their countries fight it out to be crowned the French Open champion.

Casper Ruud, Rafael Nadal, Felipe VI of Spain and Haakon, Crown Prince of Norway

The King of Spain Felipe VI and The Prince of Norway Haakon were in attendance at the Roland Garros final between Rafael Nadal and Casper Rudd. The two royalties were present to watch the stars of their respective countries fight it out for the French Open title.

In the fight, the Spanish Bull was able to outplay the Norwegian. It was a dominating play from Nadal who never looked out of rhythm and won the match very comfortably. Although Ruud showed some really impressive performances leading up to the final but wasn’t able to recreate them in the finals.

Nadal seemed to be in impeccable touch today, the ‘King of Clay’ was committed to living up to his title and winning yet another French Open. He managed to get a break early in the match and never looked back after that.

Both the members of the royal families of Spain and Norway watched a mighty performance from a legend of the game. He showed the world that despite being 36-years of age he has the capabilities to beat anyone.

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Billie Jean King Congratulates Rafael Nadal for winning the 14th French Open title

Billie Jean King and Rafael Nadal

The legendary Billie Jean King was also present to give away the Roland Garros trophy to Rafael Nadal. She was seen entering the crowd as the crowd cheered for the legendary tennis player.

While handing the trophy to Nadal, Billie was seen talking to him and congratulating him on such a great achievement. Nadal has now won 22 grand slam titles which are two greater than the Novak Djokovic and Roger Federer.

Nadal has already won two out of the four grand slams this year. Looking at his form it will be interesting to watch him go to Wimbledon and continue his unbelievable run.

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