RAFAEL Nadal has won his tenth French Open final.

The Spaniard, from Mallorca, performed a masterclass against Switzerland’s Stan Wawrinka, winning 6-2, 6-3, 6-1.

The 31-year-old did not drop a set all tournament and is the first player in the open era to ever win an individual grand slam title ten times.

The King of Clay will take home €2 million for what is his 15th grand slam title.

He is now second behind Roger Federer for the most grand slam titles ever won by a man in the Open Era.


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