Toughest Moments Of ‘King of Clay’
Rafael Nadal at French Open

Rafael Nadal has won a record 13 titles at French Open, but in between he has had some hurdles in the Grand Slam. Here we take a look at some of them.

"Call an Ambulance" : Nadal after winning 2014 French Open

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After winning the 2014 French Open final, Nadal went straight to his box and asked his uncle and coach Toni Nadal to call an ambulance as he was having very heavy muscle cramps.

five-setter against Isner at 2011 French Open R1

"Tough, tough moments for me," Nadal said after needing five sets to dispatch John Isner in 2011 French Open round one.

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2016 French Open withdrawal

Nadal withdrew from French Open 2016 before his third round match because of a wrist injury.

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Loss against Djokovic in 2015

At 2015 French Open, Nadal was defeated at French Open for just the second time in history

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First loss at Roland Garros in 2009

For the first time in four years, Nadal lost a match at French Open 2009 and that happened against Robin Sonderling

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French Open 2013 semifinal against Djokovic

In the 2013 French Open semifinal defeated Djokovic in a gruesome five-set battle in which he was a break down in the final set.

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