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Here are five amazing things you need to know about Rafa’s 2017 French Open win.

Rafael Nadal established his clay court dominance long ago, but with this latest win, he’s in the history books once again.

The Spaniard suffered a surprise defeat in a gruelling Wimbledon contest against Gilles Muller today.

And Xisca, 28, was in the crowd cheering on her man. Because, as the tennis legend has gone about racking up a staggering 15 Grand Slam titles, brunette Xisca has always provided much-needed support.

The King of the Clay's name would reverberate again a year later when he won the French Open in his first attempt, aged just 19. Nadal has earned .1m (£64m) during his career so far.

That's less than old foe Federer and Novak Djokovic, who have garnered 1m and 8m respectively.

Rafael Nadal is regarded as one of the best tennis players of all time and is seen by many as the best clay-court player in the history of the sport.

"The King of the Clay" has won 14 Grand Slam titles during his career and is universally adored by tennis and sports fans alike. Born in Manacor, Spain on 3 June 1986, Nadal started playing tennis at the age of three and was taken under the wing of his uncle Toni, who was also a professional tennis player.

Perello added: “He needs his space when he is competing, and just the idea of me hanging around waiting on his needs all day wears me out.“It would asphyxiate me.

Rafael, like his uncle Miguel, was a promising footballer but was made to choose between the beautiful game and tennis by his father, Sebastian. Nadal turned professional aged just 15 and began his iconic rivalry with Roger Federer just two years later.

He defeated his Swiss counterpart in straight sets in the third round of the Miami Masters in 2004, sending shockwaves around the tennis world in the process.

(See also: 21 nearly impossible shots that somehow got over the net.) . I have my own physio[therapist], and he stretches me each day. The stretching is very important, and to have good conditioning does help a lot. Sometimes it is too short of a time and I really can't recover fast enough.

But that happens to all of us." Nadal is back—and he’s not going anywhere.