When was the last time Nadal won the US Open?

When was the last time Nadal won the US Open?

Rafael Nadal

Australian Open W (2009, 2022)
French Open W (2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2017, 2018, 2019, 2020)
Wimbledon W (2008, 2010)
US Open W (2010, 2013, 2017, 2019)

Who defeated Rafael Nadal in clay?

Djokovic is the only player to have defeated Nadal in four clay-court finals, the only player to defeat Nadal at the French Open in straight sets, the only player to defeat Nadal twice at the French Open, and the only player to defeat Nadal in seven consecutive finals.

How many times Rafael Nadal win US Open?

This is the most for a single Grand Slam by any player in the history of the sport. Apart from his 14 French Open titles, Nadal has won the US Open four times, Wimbledon twice, and the Australian Open twice in 2009 and 2022.

How did Nadal win his first title in 2013?

Nadal managed to overcome Nalbandian to win his first title in 2013. Two weeks later Nadal played the Mexico Open in Acapulco where he managed to beat David Ferrer in the final to win his second title in a row in 2013.

How did Rafael Nadal win the 2017 French Open Championship?

In the final Nadal thrashed an in-form Ferrer in straight sets, breaking his own record and winning an unprecedented 8th French Open Championship. During the European clay season, Nadal earned a total of 5,100 points, making it (as of 2017) its most successful year in his entire career. Nadal withdrew from Halle and played at Wimbledon.

When did Rafael Nadal return to the tennis court?

Following 222 days injured, Nadal returned on the tennis court on February 5 at the Chile Open. He played both single and double-events and reached the final in both tournaments. At the double-event he partnered up with the Argentine Juan Mónaco . The next event for Nadal was the Brasil Open in São Paulo.

Who did Rafael Nadal lose to at the ATP World Tour Finals?

In the semifinals Nadal faced long time rival Roger Federer, and recorded his first indoor win against the Swiss at the ATP World Tour Finals in straight sets. In the final he faced Novak Djokovic but lost in straight sets.