Rafael Nadal won French Open Title for the ninth time
Rafael Nadal won the French Open title 2014 for the ninth time.
Rafael Nadal (rank no. 1) of Spain won the French Open title 2014 for the ninth time on 8 June 2014. He is the first men to win five French Open titles in a row. He won against Novak Djokovic (rank no. 2) of Yugoslavia with 3-6, 7-5, 6-2, and 6-4 in the final.
He made 66 wins and one defeat in 10 year at the French Open (Roland Garros). With this win, he made total 14 Grand slams and second among the men with Pete Sampras (14 Grand Slams).
Apart from this, Maria Sharapova of Russia won the title against Simona Halep of Romania in the final of the French Open women’s singles. With this win she made fifth Grand Slam title.
About French Open
The French Open 2014 was first held in 1928 and is also known as Roland Garros. It is one of the world's four major tennis tournaments.