Rafael Nadal matches legend Guillermo Vilas with 49th clay court title
He won the Barcelona Open in April 2016, his 10th straight victory of the European clay court season, which culminates with the second grand slam of the season in Roland Garros.
“If you win you have more confidence. If you lose you have less confidence. The people who tell you different story are lying to you, I’m not going to lie.”
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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