Rafael Nadal Broke The 34-Year Old Record. Rafael Nadal Broke The 34-Year Old Record. Spain’s Rafael Nadal topped the men’s singles quarter-finals in Madrid Open tennis. In the third round of the tournament, Nadal defeats Argentina’s Diego Schuertzmann in 13th and 13th set. Nadal broke the 34-year-old record by winning 50 sets in the clay court. Before that, in 1984, Claire Court set the record for winning 49 sets, American John McMorrow
Nadal started the tournament for the sixth time to win the Madrid Open. She is very well on the path to that goal. Nadal has written his name in the last match. In the third round, Diego Schwartzman lost 6-3 and 6-4 to Nadal. He won the match by winning the record.
Nadal wins 50
Nadal wins 50 sets in Clay Court Nadal, who won the Madrid Open in 50 sets, won the Barcelona Open, Monte Carlo and the French Open last year. Nadal’s opponent in the quarterfinals is the fifth-seeded Dominican Theme of Austria.