Roland Garros 2010 Men’s Final

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The 2010 Roland Garros men’s singles final capped of an amazing clay court season for new World No.1 Rafael Nadal. The 24 year old Nadal won all 4 of the major clay court tournaments this year, to win the “Clay Grand Slam”.

The 1.85m left hander won 3 ATP World Tour Masters 1000 tournaments and his 5th Roland Garros title. He won Roland Garros and Monte Carlo without dropping a set and he lost only 1 set on his way to winning Rome and Madrid.

The No.2 seed defeated No.7 seed Robin Soderling 6-4, 6-3, 6-4 in 2 hours and 18 minutes to reclaim the World No.1 ranking from Roger Federer. The Spaniard is pictured above celebrating in true Nadal style. Next we will cover Wimbledon can Nadal win his 2nd Wimbledon title this year?

Further details about the men’s final will be posted and updated right here ASAP. In the meantime for information about the men’s singles you can visit -> Roland Garros Men’s Schedule of Play and Roland Garros 2010 Men’s Singles.

Stay tuned to this tennis website for further information about the 2010 Roland Garros Championships for both the men’s and women’s events. Click this link for more details -> Roland Garros: French Open 2010 May 18 – June 6.

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