Two days after his 19th birthday, on 5 June 2005, Rafa Nadal put the icing on an impeccable clay swing. After winning titles in Monte Carlo and Rome, on his first visit to Roland Garros, he lifted the first of the twelve trophies currently housed in the cabinets of the Rafa Nadal Museum Xperience. The Manacor native saw off Lars Burgsmuller, Xavier Malisse, Richard Gasquet, Sebastien Grosjean, David Ferrer and Roger Federer, before defeating the Argentine Mariano Puerta 6-7(6), 6-3, 6-1, 7-5 in the final.


“Everything went really fast. I went from No. 50 in the world to being in the battle to win the French Open in two months. I think my mind dealt well with all of that, calmly. I think I had received the education required to be prepared for if something like that happened. I accepted it all as normal and I think that was one of the keys to being able to continue working with the same intensity, passion and motivation", recognises the twelve-time conqueror of the Coupe des Mousquetaires in this video in which he takes a look back at his first Grand Slam victory.


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