Rafael Nadal has defeated Stan Wawrinka in the final to win his 10th French Open title and 15th grand slam overall. Nadal was different class cruising through the match winning it with straight set victory and never looked in bother. Wawrinka also applauded couple of extraordinary returns from Nadal and took the defeat like a gentleman.
Full Match Highlights:
Rafael Nadal is set to take on Stan Wawrinka in the final of 2017 French Open this Sunday, 11 June 2017. Rafael Nadal will be hunting his record 10th French Open title and 15th overall. While Stan Wawrinka will be hoping to complete his grand slam set by winning the missing French Open title. King of clay Nadal taking on a big game player in Stan Wawrinka surely makes this year’s French Open final a blockbuster. We will have live links and match highlights of the men’s single french open final right here.
Rafael Nadal is looking in absolute peak of his form in this year’s french open not dropping a single set in 6 matches so far. Stan Wawrinka on the other hand defeated Andy Murray after coming from set down to upset the odds. Wawrinka no longer surprise people when he pull off great performance when it really matters after consistently keeping himself in and around grand slam finals he really belong at the top of men’s tennis.
Everybody would be hoping for a Rafael Nadal win who can make it unprecedented 10 french open titles more than anybody in history. Nadal will experience what we can call a home support at the Roland Garros final and thats where Wawrinka relish and likes to play his best tennis when the odds are against him. Wawrinka has already beaten Nadal albeit an injured one and also had the number of Nadal at Clay. If anybody can upset Nadal in the final, it will be Stan.
French Open 2017 Men’s Singles Final:
Rafal Nada vs Stan Wawrinka
Date: Sunday, 11 June 2015 – Time: 15:00 CET / 14:00 UK
TV Channels: ITV will have live coverage in the UK and we will be placing live links with ITV coverage and also match highlights after the final just in case you missed the live action.
As far as head to head record is concerned, Rafael Nadal clearly leads with 83% winning ratio (15 wins in 18 matches). Stan Wawrinka only has 3 wins to his name against Nadal one of which came in 2014 Australian Open final. Odds are stacked up against Stan but he is someone who relish under pressure however he will be playing against the king of Roland Garros and need a performance of his lifetime to get the better of Nadal.