21 Grand Slam titles not enough for Rafael Nadal
New Delhi : Tennis ace Rafael Nadal shared his views on winning 21 Grand Slam titles and claimed that he is still not satisfied. He clinched his last title with a win in Melbourne after pulling off an incredible comeback from two sets down to defeat Russia's Daniil Medvedev in the final.
With 21 titles on his name, the player has gone past Roger Federer, who is injured, and Novak Djokovic, who was controversially deported from Australia before the tournament began.
There is good chance that he can increase the number to 22 at the French Open in June; he was been a winner in the tournament 13 times already.
"I have no idea what number of Grand Slams I will have," Nadal said at a press conference at his academy in Mallorca.
"Not long ago I would have signed for just being able to play tennis again.
"I want to be the one with the most majors out of the three of us, I would love that, but I'm not obsessed, absolutely not. Whatever comes is welcome and I don't think 21 is enough to be honest. But you never know what will happen in the future."