Rafael Nadal has staggering 90% record at Rome Open but only ranks fourth in his all-time tournaments

Saturday, 11 May 2024 at 03:30
Despite winning the Rome Open title on a record 10 occasions, Spanish legend Rafael Nadal has put on even better performances at three other events during his distinguished career.  
During his prime, the king of clay was almost unbeatable on the red dirt. The former World No.1 is currently competing at the 2024 Rome Open in what could be his last appearance at the event. Although he is far from being at his best, Nadal would like to end his appearance at Rome with a record-extending 11th title.

Nadal boasts better winning percentages at three other events

The 22-time Grand Slam champion has a stunning 90% win-loss ratio at the clay court Masters event in Italy, amassing a 70-8 record. However, Nadal has a larger winning percentage and title haul at a few other clay court events. The Spaniard has a 92% winning percentage at the Monte-Carlo Masters, with a 73-6 win match record and 11 titles.
However, the Mallorcan boasts even greater numbers at two other events. The 37-year old has won 12 titles at the Barcelona Open, amassing a 67-4 match record and a 94% winning percentage. This incredible statistic is surpassed by his performance at Roland Garros, where he has an insurmountable 14 titles, 112-3 match record and an unbelievable 97% win-loss ratio. Nadal also has an 89% winning record at Hamburg and an 80% win percentage at the Madrid Open, where he has won two and five titles respectively.

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