It didn’t take long for Nadal to take the lead over his 23-year-old inexperienced opponent and he easily won the street set to become the champion.
Nadal had already proved his best form by beating arch-rivals Novak Djokovic and Alexander Zverev in previous rounds, and his victory in the final had already been predicted.
Nadal, 36, became the oldest player to win the French Open by defeating his rival Caspar Road in an easy and one-sided final.
The oldest player to ever win a French Open was Andre Gamino, who won the French Open in 1972 at the age of 34.
The Spanish star won the first two sets 3-6 and 3-6, while in the last set Norway did not allow any of their opponents to win a single point and by winning the set 0-6 they suffered a shocking defeat. Of
Nadal, the 22nd Grand Slam winner of his career, has lost just three matches in French Open history so far and has won a total of 112 matches on this court.
The 14-time French Open-winning superstar now has two Grand Slam titles ahead of 20 Grand Slam winners Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic, but his single Grand Slam world record of winning 14 times may never be broken.
The victory is also memorable for the Spanish tennis star in the sense that he achieved it on a day 17 years ago when he won the first Grand Slam of his career and the French Open title on the same day.