A resurgent Rafael Nadal won his 10th French Open, and 15th major overall, at Roland Garros this past weekend, snapping a three-year Grand Slam drought.
The Spaniard didn’t drop a set along the way, establishing his dominance from his first ball to his last.
And just because the clay season is officially over, there’s no reason to think that the 31-year-old is going to slow down anytime soon.
According to Mats Wilander, this run might just be the beginning of what could be an even more historic year.
“Absolutely he is one of the main favorites now for Wimbledon,” the three-time French Open champion said, according to Reuters. “…He has taken confidence away from [Stan] Wawrinka, from [Andy] Murray, even though he didn’t play him. And Roger Federer is a very happy man that he didn’t come to the French, because his confidence has not been dented.”