Rafael Nadal attended a special event on Monday in Paris at the Pompidou Museum to speak about his feelings after his French Open win. The Spaniard was congratulated by the Paris Mayor Anne Higaldo, who had an interesting question for the Spaniard.
'After 11, 12 comes. We wait for you no, Rafa?' Hidalgo quizzed the tennis player. Nadal was cautious as always: 'We will see what may happen next year, right now you can not think so much. You have to be satisfied with what has happened and when a time has passed we will start thinking again about what may happen next year.' Hidalgo also stated that Rafa is the most Parisian among other Spaniards because winning eleven times at Roland Garros is phenomenal.
'There aren't enough words to tell what you are as tennis champion; but you are a very human person as well, always very close to your crowd that appreciates you for your human qualities,' she added. ALSO READ: Roger Federer reportedly set to leave Nike for Uniqlo .