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    Rafael Nadal wins his 91st title!

    Tennis legend Rafael Nadal celebrates his one more silverware, by emerging victoriously over Cameron Norrie at the Mexican Open winning at a straight set of 6-4 and 6-4. After winning the title, this has become the 91st Men Single’s title of the Spaniard and the legend is continuing to impress everyone being at an age of 35.

    Rafael Nadal three titles away from matching Ivan Lendl’s record

    At present Nadal has 91 titles in his pocket which signify that he is only three titles away from beating the record of Ivan Lendl who has 94 titles in his overall career. Second, in this list comes legendary Roger Federer with 103 titles, and first goes Jimmy Connors the highest ever which is 109 titles. Novak Djokovic is also close to them at 86.

    Rafael Nadal has already three titles in his name for the year 2022, which is more than he managed to secure in his overall campaign of 2021. 2021 was definitely one of his toughest years, but in 2022 he has been in sensational form and has named the Australian Open, Mexican Open, and Melbourne Summer Set 1 to his name.

    Titles of Nadal in each year

    Rafael Nadal debuted 18 years back in 2004, and it is nearly two decades that the legend is entertaining us from his game. Take a look at the number of titles that he was won each year.

    • 2004 – 1 title
    • 2005 – 11 titles
    • 2006 – 5 titles
    • 2007 – 6 titles
    • 2008 – 8 titles
    • 2009 – 5 titles
    • 2010 – 7 titles
    • 2011 – 3 titles
    • 2012 – 4 titles
    • 2013 – 10 titles
    • 2014 – 4 titles
    • 2015 – 3 titles
    • 2016 – 2 titles
    • 2017 – 6 titles
    • 2018 – 5 titles
    • 2019 – 4 titles
    • 2020 – 2 titles
    • 2021 – 2 titles
    • 2022 – 3 titles and ongoing

    For the year 2022, Nadal has already named 3 titles to his name with 8 months of the year still remaining. Indeed he will increase the number of his titles more this year and will end the year on a high note.

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