Rafael Nadal beats Spanish compatriot Albert Ramos-Viñolas 6-1, 6-3.
"So special, it's unique. To win ten titles in such an important event like Monte Carlo is just unbelievable, so important for me."
Rafa has become the first professional to win one tournament 10 times and clinch 50 career clay court titles.
It’s also his 70th career ATP World Tour level title and 29th ATP Masters 1,000 crown.
66 titles including 26 in Masters Series
14 titles in Grand Slam
Winner of Roland Garros 9 times
Winner of Australian Open in 2009
Winner of US Open twice (2010/2013)
Winner of Wimbledon twice (2008/2010)
Winner of Davis Cup in 2004
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During the Monte Carlo finals, Nadal put more spin* on both his forehand and backhand than his opponents.
Nadal spun his forehand at an average 3288 rotations-per-minute, compared with 2765rpm for Monfils.
He also put more spin on his backhand (where he averaged 2583rpm) compared with 2136rpm for his opponent.
*source : Hawkeye data