Sunday 10th June, that is today, is going to be a history making day in the game of tennis at the men's single final of Roland Garros or popularly the French Open.
Today in the men's single final two great names in the world of tennis, world no.1 Serb Novak Djokovic and world no.3 and Roland Garros defending champion Spaniard Rafael Nadal meet and whoever wins, will go down in the history of tennis.
|Legendary Bjorn Borg who won French Open title for six times|
Rafael Nadal, the defending champion, has already won the Roland Garros men's single title for six time - equalling record of Bjorn Borg. If he wins today, he will become the first man ever in history of tennis and Roland Garros to have won the Roland Garros title for the seventh time.
Novak Djokovic, who already hold the Wimbledon, the US Open and Australian Open titles, is eyeing the Roland Garros silverware today to become only the thrid man in the histry of tennis to hold this honour.
|Don Budge [L] and Rod Laver [R]: Two men in history have won all four Grand Slam titles|
Last time someone had the record was 43 years ago in 1969 when Australian Rod laver had had all four titles with him. Before him, Don Budge won all four men's singles Majors in 1938.
So let us watch today Djokovic against Nadal and see who out of the two writes history.