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Nadal celebrates French Open win

06-08-2010 12:42 BJT

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Rafael Nadal is on top of the tennis world. After defeating Robin Soderling in straight sets on Sunday to win his fifth title at Roland Garros...the Spaniard has moved ahead of Roger Federer for top spot in the world rankings. And Nadal was celebration in style on Monday.

The day after his fifth French Open title win, Rafael Nadal was a happy man as he visited Euro Disney on the outskirts of Paris. Nadal proudly posed with his trophy for the press and the fans - something he is now getting quite used to. Nadal now heads to London, for the grass court season. He's entered in the Queen's Club tournament this week, and will then return to Wimbledon. Looking in form in Paris, Nadal is no doubt one of the favourites to take another Grand Slam title within the month. Nadal, still on cloud nine after his big win at Roland Garros.

World No.1 Rafael Nadal said, "I didn't have a long time to enjoy the victory, but anyway, winning for the fifth time is amazing for me, it's more than a dream. Right now the last thing that I hoped these days, is that I'll be the number one."

Editor:Zhang Ning |Source: CCTV.com

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