Talk about a championship performance!

The Claymaster, aka Rafael Nadal, dominated Stan Wawrinka, 6-2, 6-3, 6-1 to claim a French Open title for the tenth consecutive time.

No one has won more of them. Björn Borg is becoming an even more distant second with six.

Nadal is clearly the best clay court player on this or any other planet.

Nadal's destruction of Wawrinka was virtually identical to most of his other nine conquests at Roland Garros.

His baseline game on clay is relentless. Gotta go to The Daily Player to get an idea why.

Those sentimental dudes and dudettes who run that event crafted a special trophy for Nadal to mark the 10-in-10 occasion. Must've been heavy; he almost dropped it.

Fanorama is here to lighten his load.

Mr Claymaster, check in with us and we'll be pleased to present you with this nifty mini-tennis racquet and ball keychain:

mini-tennis racquet and ball keychain

We've even got it in French blue.

Sure, it's only $14.04 to our esteemed visitors, but for you, sir, it may be another ten years before you get an offer like this.

Trust us, it'll look awesome dangling from your Aston Martin's ignition.





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