Rafael Nadal is considered to be the king of clay, for his win-loss record and all that he has achieved through his long career so far. Many players dream to beat him on clay at least once, most have failed to do so.
In history, only seven players have managed to beat Nadal twice or more on clay and Novak Djokovic leads the way with seven wins. The Serbian prevailed thrice in Rome, twice in Monte Carlo, once in Madrid and once at the French Open. Djokovic also leads their head to head 26-24. The rest of players are: Gaston Gaudio (three wins), and Roger Federer, Andy Murray, David Ferrer, Dominic Thiem and Fabio Fognini all with two wins.