Rafael Nadal retained his Rogers Cup title with a prevailing winning over Russia’s Daniil Medvedev.

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Rafael Nadal retains his Rogers cup title in Canada.

Rafael Nadal won the 2019 Rogers cup final in Canada after defeating Daniil Medvedev in Men’s singles final.

Nadal victory over Daniil Medvedev secured his 35th Masters 1,000 tournament triumph and it signifies the first time he has defended a non-clay title.

The eighteen times Grand slam champion secured the game in 1 hour 10 minutes to obtain his fifth Canadian crown with the scoreline of 6-3 6-0.

The 33-year-old Spaniard said: “I think I performed solidly in the match. It was my best match of the week without a qualm, It’s so vital to be back on hard courts and to win a significant title. It’s just about enjoying this one.”

Medvedev shunned a breakpoint in the opening game of the match and later forced to pay for his missed chances when he lost his serve to Nadal, went up to 3-1.

Medvedev beats couples of top ten world ranking player to earn his final against the Spaniard but lost his way in the second set that means he made four double faults, sending a backhand long on Nadal’s first match point.

Totally, Medvedev committed 22 unforced errors during the match.

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