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Rafael Nadal abandons Roger Federer to prearrange tremendous Grand Slam record with first round win in 2022 French Open

Nadal, who likewise packed away his 299th win at Grand Slams, will presently plan to join Federer in the slippery 300 or more club close by Djokovic when he takes on French trump card Corentin Moutet in the subsequent round

Business as usual continued on Philippe Chatrier on Monday as Rafael Nadal traveled to the second round of the 2022 French Open with a ruling 6-2, 6-2, 6-2 success over Australian Jordan Thompson. There were a ton of worries relating to his foot injury that had reemerged under a fortnight back in Italy, however Nadal dismissed the discussion with a great show which has now assisted him with prearranging a breathtaking Grand Slam record, outperforming Roger Federer.

The first-round triumph at Stade Roland Garros on Monday was his 106th Grand Slam win in French Open, which currently puts him in front of Federer for the most wins at a solitary major. The Swiss maestro stands second in the unsurpassed rundown with 105 successes in Wimbledon while the amazing Jimmy Connors stands third with 98 successes at the US Open.

What makes Nadal’s French Open record seriously ruling in Open Era is his success misfortune record which currently stands 106-3. The third loss had come last year at similar arena against Novak Djokovic in the semis. The two others came in 2009 fourth round against Robin Soderling and 2015 in the quarterfinal against Djokovic.