Rafa's stretch Rafa Nadal, after a marathon of about 6 hours, wins his 21 Slam by beating Medveded in the final at the Australian Open 2020. Be the first to do it, momentarily detaching Roger and Nole. The feat is incredible, a few months ago the Majorcan champion was struggling with an operation on his foot and the possibility of retiring. For the umpteenth time talent, physical and mental strength prevail, leading the 35-year-old to win a Grand Slam title in comeback that has the scent of enterprise. The question arises spontaneously, as every time one of the big-three imposes itself: is he the GOAT of tennis? One thing is certain, it is a phenomenon!
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