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What seemed impossible is now a reality: Rafael Nadal achieved his thirteenth Rolang Garros and with it, his twentieth Grand Slam. A figure with which he equals Roger Federer at the top of the great ranking:

1. Rafael Nadal 20 (13 Roland Garros, 2 Wimbledon, 1 Australian Open, 4 US Open)

1. Roger Federer 20 (1 Roland Garros, 8 Wimbledon, 6 Australian Open, 5 US Open)

3. Novak Djokovic 17 (1 Roland Garros, 5 Wimbledon, 8 Australian Open and 3 US Open)

4. Pete Sampras 14 (0 Roland Garros, 7 Wimbledon, 2 Australian Open, 5 US Open) + 4 finals

5. Bjorn Borg 11 (6 Roland Garros, 5 Wimbledon, 0 Australian Open, 0 US Open) + 5 finals

6. Ivan Lendl 8 (3 Roland Garros, 0 Wimbledon, 2 Australian Open, 3 US Open) + 11 finals

. Jimmy Connors 8 (0 Roland GarroG, 2 Wimbledon, 1 Australian Open, 5 US Open) + 7 finals

. Andre Agassi 8 (1 Roland Garros, 1 Wimledon, 4 Australian Open, 2 US Open) + 7 finals

9. John McEnroe 7 (0 Roland Garros, 3 Wimbledon, 0 Australian Open, 4 US Open) + 4 finals

. Mats Wilander 7 (3 Roland Garros, 0 Wimbledon, 3 Australian Open, 1 US Open) + 4 finals

11. Stefan Edberg 6 (0 Roland Garros, 2 Wimbledon, 2 Australian Open, 2 US Open) + 5 finals

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