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This is the historic fight for the Grand Slams between Rafa Nadal, Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic

Rafa Nadal is already the best tennis player in history. The Spaniard worked a miracle and came back from Medvedev to add his great number 21 at the Australian Open 2022. With this victory he establishes himself as the best of all time and surpasses Federer and Djokovic, who have 20 titles.

At 35 years old, the number five in the world continues to make history and give lessons of self-improvement. A few weeks ago he did not know if he could play the Australian Open, but he worked hard to be able to attend the big event, not even the Covid managed to disrupt his calendar plans. All these problems have led to his most epic victory against the number 2 in the world.

After winning his thirteenth Roland Garros in 2020, Carlos Moyá's pupil equaled Federer at the top of the table with 20 Grand Slams. Last year they saw how Djokovic equaled them in first place after winning Australia, Roland Garros and Wimbledon.

Today the race to be the best in history is led by Rafa Nadal who has accumulated 13 Roland Garros, four US Open, two Australian Open and 2 Wimbledon). Roger Federer has 20 majors (eight Wimbledons, six Australian Opens, five US Opens and one Roland Garros) and Novak Djokovic's record includes another 20 (nine Australian Opens, six Wimbledons, three US Opens and two Roland Garros). The next appointment will be at Roland Garros from May 22 to June 5.

The injury will take its toll on Nadal: the money he can lose due...

Rafa Nadal's injury will deprive him of playing several tournaments, with the consequent loss of points and giving up a good sum of money.

The serious consequences of Nadal's injury

Rafael Nadal may suffer important consequences derived from his loss due to a fissure in the third rib arch, produced in Indian Wells.

Nadal misses Montecarlo and Godó and would arrive very fair in Madrid

Rafael Nadal will miss several tournaments due to the injury to the third rib caused in the Indian Wells Masters 1000.

Nadal: "I'm sunk"

Rafa Nadal suffers a stress crack in the third left costal arch that will keep him off the court for between 4 and 6 weeks.

The anti-vaccines attack Nadal for his chest pains: "Djokovic does take care of his...

The anti-vaccines have taken advantage of Nadal's chest ailment to attack him through social networks.