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Rafael Nadal: Top 5 Grand Slam final wins (1)

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Another year, and another French Open title for the simply irrepressible and irresistible Rafael Nadal.

It's becoming something of a procession for the world no.1 in Paris, he has still only lost once at Roland Garros and has firmly reinforced his title as the 'King of Clay'.

However, it's not just his domination in France that will be remembered when he hangs-up his racquet.

The 28-year-old has been involved in some of the most unbelievable finals in sports' history. He now trails only Roger Federer - 17 - in the all-time major honours list having drawn level with Pete Sampras on 14 after dispatching Noavk Djokovic on Sunday. 

With 14 titles under his belt, I have taken on the unenviable task of picking a top five across all of the big events; including Wimbledon, US and Australian Open. 

I hope you agree, but if you don't and have some other suggestions, feel free to comment below. Enjoy!

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Tennis
US Open Tennis
Wimbledon
Australian Open
French Open
Rafael Nadal

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