Firstly, Kasper, I am very pleased to play the final with you here at Roland Garros. You are wonderful. I want to congratulate you on the amazing career you are doing.

Especially these two weeks, I think this is a very important step forward. I am very, very happy for you, your family and your team. I wish you all the best in the future, ”the Spaniard wrote on the social network.

Recall that the 36-year-old Spaniard won his 14th Roland Garros, in total he has 22 Grand Slam titles. Also, Nadal, who celebrated his 36th birthday, became the oldest Roland Garros winner in the history of the men’s tournament.