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Watch: Nike shares video message following Rafael Nadal’s record-breaking win at Australian Open 2022

idhealt.com – Rafael Nadal’s surprise comeback win over Daniil Medvedev in the 2022 Australian Open final on Sunday saw him break away from a three-way tie for the Grand Slam men’s singles trophy.

The Spaniard, who shared his previous record – at 20 Majors each – with Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic, is now at the top.

His record-breaking win at Melbourne Park on Sunday has already attracted worldwide attention, with members of the tennis fraternity and fans congratulating him on the historic achievement.

Nike, the American clothing and sports equipment manufacturing brand and longtime sponsor of Nadal, was one of the first to react when he won his 21st Grand Slam title.

The brand’s formal Twitter handle posted a short video reviewing the Spaniard’s entire Grand Slam win ahead of Sunday’s win.

The 44-second video begins with a dub of “Match Pont. Quiet Please”, followed by a countdown remembering all of Nadal’s 21 Grand Slam victories.

Notable among them were the Spaniard’s first Grand Slam title at Roland Garros 2005, with melodies describing him as a “19 year old Wonderkid”, his victories at the 2008 Wimbledon Championship and the 2012 Roland Garros.

“Today, @rafaelnadal made history by becoming the first male tennis player ever to reach 21 Majors. Rafa has been on a relentless journey to clinch this historic 21st Slam. He now stands alone at the top as the GOAT in the men’s game,” the post read.

The video ends by mentioning the latest win No. 5 Worlds and a two-word message that reads “Profit, Nadal”.

The Spaniard himself re-shared the Nike video on his Instagram account. The post has been viewed more than 2.9 million times.

Rafael Nadal has now won each of the four Grand Slams at least twice

Entering this year’s tournament, the Australian Open is Rafael Nadal’s most unsuccessful Grand Slam in terms of titles won.

The Spaniard, despite holding an astonishing 82% match winning record, only lifted the Australian Open trophy once in his career in 2009.

But after a superb fortnight run Down Under, the former World No. 1 ticked another box from having won each of the four Grand Slams at least twice.

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