Home > Articles Rafael Nadal press conference: Roger Federer, injuries, and more | 2019 French Open Categories:Articles Tags:2019 french openespnfederer nadalFrench Opennadalnadal 2019 french opennadal federernadal federer 2019 french opennadal french openrafa nadalrafael nadalrafael nadal 2019 french openrafael nadal french openRafael nadal Press Conferencerafael nadal roger federerrafael nadal wins 2019 french openroger federer rafael nadalRoland GarrosRoland Garros Finaltennistennis on espn Michael Martin Related Posts Articles Novak Djokovic: When crowd chanted 'Roger' I heard 'Novak' | 2019 Wimbledon Articles Felix Auger-Aliassime Wimbledon 2019 second round press conference Articles Simona Halep Semi-Final Press Conference Wimbledon 2019 Articles Andy Murray foreshadows retirement – full press conference | Australian Open 2019 Articles Mladenovic-Babos – Press Conference Final | Roland-Garros 2019 Articles Sloane Stephens – Best of Press Conferences | Roland-Garros 2019 32 Responses Comments 32 Pingbacks 0 Again the moronic Italian journalist asking the dumbest questions and always jumping in first trying to sound important and entertaining. Players cringe every time he holds a microphone. Please have some mercy and get rid off him! Reply Le placement de produit tellement discret😂😂 Reply Great champ! Reply An unreal sportsman, and unbelievable gentleman. Legend. Vamos, Rafa! Reply I want to please almost everybody who comments. Nobody talking about dopage as french people (for all sports dont worry). I will see english post instead of french, you seems me more right Reply Alvaro u are right. I do not know the committment that RF and Rafa hv to visit children hospitals, but I do know that RF has a foundation in Africa and Rafa a tennis academy in Spain and that he generously pledged one million during the floods. Sorry but all this has no relevance to his being The King of Clay.🏆⭐🙏 Reply Congrats Rafa for the incredible performance at Roland Garros tournament Reply You are a champion thru and thru Reply Love this man to bits. Thank you Rafa. Reply He should have won Wimbledon 2018! Reply Some people don't like Rafa beacause he is waay too honest, he says what he thinks and that's good. What an incredible guy. The best Tennis player for me. Reply Raffa is all class. Reply What makes him unequivocally the biggest, bestest sportsperson ever – Honestly, you cant be frustrated all the time because the neighbour has a bigger house than you or a bigger tv or a better garden, I don’t see life like that !!!!!!!! Reply While I am a huge Roger fan and do believe he is the GOAT because of his greatness on different surfaces, diverse shot making ability and so many one of a kind outstanding accomplishments – Rafa is amazing on clay and his desire to win is truly undeniable……plus I really like he appears to be a genuinely nice and humble person. Reply Even if Thiem wasnt "tired" , he would not have won Reply With this win, for me, he became the best overall tennis player of all times.Federer is the King of grass for sure.But even on grass, Nadal is amazing ! Reply Rename the Roland Garros To Rafael Nadal. Reply Lo qué me falta para tener Tu nivel de ingles rafa Reply The GOAT 🐐 Reply The New Centre Court should be named after Rafael Nadal. Reply Rafa at RG (12) >> Roger at Wimby (8) > Novak at AO (7) Reply Nadal is pure class! He is such a humble person unlike Federer or Djokovic Reply Nadal is the all time competitor in tennis . He plays every point as if his life is on the line . The only other player in tennis in my opinion that was similar was Connors and he's a distant 2nd Reply Women's tennis is now being carried by the men.May Feminism be condemned for its false narrative. Reply Ombiliable, no? Reply Que gran deportistaGran competidorEs el competidor natoEso lo nutre Reply Wimbeldon and US open are about Federer vs Djokovic Reply I just love this humble champion! He deserves all the success he has earned Reply King of Clay and Federer King of Slams!!! Both Great players!!! Reply Rafa, The GREAT 🎾👊🤩!!!! Reply Just 2 GS less than Roger and he has been out of around 15 of them because of injuries, imagine if he had been more lucky in that stuff Reply God of Clay. Nadal Garros Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Post comment Prev Post Festival Thinking: Black Diggers Next Post QA Commons event in Indianapolis, June 8, 2018.