2020 French Open – Final Score

Event Location: Roland Garros, Paris.
Event Date: October 11th, 2020.

1 Novak. Djokovic
2 Rafael. Nadal

Claiming his 13th Victory at the 2020 ATP French Open “King of Clay” Rafael Nadal (34) won his 20th Grand Slam men’s singles championship to equal Roger Federer’s record of 20 Grand Slam singles titles.

Nadal made quick work of world #1 ranked player Novak Djokovic (the 2016 French Open champion) putting 6-0, 6-2, 7-5 on the scoreboard in no-time. Djokovic had never lost a set 6-0 in a grand slam final before entering the 2020 French Open Final – and is one of only two players to have beaten Nadal at Roland Garros.

Nadal’s French Open victory also saw him seal his 100th match win at Roland Garros.

ATP 2020 French Open Final – Head to Head Match Statistics

ATP 2020 French Open Final – Head to Head Statistics

Novak Djokovic Rafael Nadal
1 Aces 4
4 Double faults 1
67% First serve % 65%
50% Win % on 1st serve 67%
55% Win % on 2nd serve 68%
Break points
0 Tiebreaks won 0
28 Receiving points won 50
77 Points won 106
7 Games won 19
2 Max games won in a row 6
5 Max points won in a row 7
49 Service points won 56
6 Service games won 12

Facts & Stats

  1. Title Record: With this victory, Rafael Nadal secured his 13th French Open title, extending his record for the most titles won at a single Grand Slam tournament.
  2. Perfect First Set: Nadal’s 6-0 win in the first set was the first time he had ever achieved a bagel (winning a set without losing a game) against Djokovic in their 56 career meetings.
  3. Clay Dominance: Rafael Nadal’s win in the 2020 French Open final improved his remarkable record on clay courts to 100 wins and only 2 losses in Roland Garros.
  4. Slam Final Encounter: The final marked the ninth time that Nadal and Djokovic faced each other in a Grand Slam final, which is the most frequent Grand Slam final matchup in men’s tennis history.
  5. Djokovic’s Struggles: The loss in the final denied Djokovic the opportunity to complete a career Grand Slam for the second time, as he had previously won all other three Grand Slam titles.
  6. Total Points Won: Nadal won a total of 93 points in the match, while Djokovic won 68 points.
  7. Unforced Errors: Djokovic committed 52 unforced errors during the match, while Nadal made only 14 unforced errors.
  8. Break Point Conversions: Nadal was highly efficient on break point opportunities, converting 5 out of 10 chances, whereas Djokovic managed to convert only 2 out of 9 break points.
  9. Match Duration: The match lasted for 2 hours and 41 minutes.
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