Grand Slam Finals Appearances: 28; Grand Slam Titles: 20; Grand Slam Finals Record: 20-8
Grand Slam tournaments. Nadal's 20 grand slam singles titles rank him 1st all-time tied with Federer and Djokovic, and his 28 grand slam singles finals rank him 3rd all-time behind Federer and Djokovic. He has won an all-time record 13 French Open titles. He is the youngest player in the Open Era to win all majors (24 years old).
Nadal equaled Pete Sampras' total of 14 Grand Slam wins. Nadal then lost in the second round of the Halle Open to Dustin Brown the following week. Nadal entered the Wimbledon Championships in a bid to win the tournament for the third time. In the fourth round he was upset by Australian teenager Nick Kyrgios in four sets.
Official tennis titles and finals records of Rafael Nadal on the ATP Tour for singles and doubles.
Nadal, who is a year older than Djokovic at 35, believes the writing is on the wall for his rival to finish above him and 36-year-old Federer on total Grand Slams once they all hang up their racquets.
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Rafael Nadal has won a record 20 Grand Slam singles titles which ties him with Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic. Nadal has also won 36 Masters 1000 titles. Nadal has appeared in 28 Grand Slam finals which is third to Federer’s 31 finals, and Djokovic's 31 finals. He has appeared in at least five finals at each major and has won multiple majors on hard, grass, and clay courts, a feat matched by Djokovic at French Open 2021. Nadal completed the Career Grand Slam and the Career Golden Slam ...
RAFA NADAL. Total Grand Slams: 20. Australian Open (1): 2009. French Open (13): 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2017, 2018, 2019, 2020. Wimbledon (2): 2008, 2010
The Big Three is a common tennis term referring to Novak Djokovic, Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal. From the 2003 Australian Open up to and including the 2021 US Open, the trio have dominated men's singles, winning 60 of the 75 (80%) Grand Slam titles (they also reached 67 Grand Slam finals and 70 Grand Slam semifinals during this period), with all of them having a shared all-time record 20 ...
Answered 2 years ago · Author has 1.4K answers and 397.8K answer views. It is hard to say with Djokovic being a year younger at the age of 32 with 16 grand slam titles and Nadal being at the age of 33 with 19 grand slam titles. In my opinion Djokovic will need more luck than Nadal to win more grand slams at this point.