Spanish Tennis player Rafael Nadal added yet another feather to his cap by clinching a record-extending 10th Monte Carlo Masters at the county of Monaco on Sunday. It turned to be a wrangle-free affair for the 14-time Grand Slam champion, who had a elegant straightforward 6-1, 6-3 victory over the 15th seeded Albert Ramos-Vinolas of Spain in the final.
Rafa thus became the first man in the Open Era to victory any tournament as many as 10 times.
With this, the World No. 7 also beat the Argentine great Guillermo Vilas’ haul of 49 claycourt titles to become the most fruitful claycourt player with 50 on the surface.
This is Rafa’s 29th ATP Masters 1000 crown and his 70th career title total. This is Nadal’s first title after clinching the Barcelona Open for a record ninth time a year ago.