Roger Federer coach's staggering move after Rafa Nadal triumph

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"Roger Federer's coach Ivan Ljubicic has paid a classy tribute to Rafa Nadal, calling on the French Open to rename centre court in the Spanish champion's honour."

"Nadal won his 14th title at Roland Garros on Sunday, beating Casper Ruud in the final 6-3 6-3 6-0."

"In doing so, the 36-year-old became the oldest champion in French Open history and extended his men's record grand slam haul to 22."

"Nadal is now two grand slam titles ahead of great rivals Federer and Novak Djokovic, who are tied for second with 20 majors."

"But Federer's coach put the rivalry aside on Sunday in the wake of Nadal's historic triumph, calling on Roland Garros to rename Court Philippe-Chatrier in Nadal's honour."

"Not many PLAYED 14 Roland Garros tournaments. He won it 14 times," Ljubicic tweeted.

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"There is no word to describe this feat. Don't think good old Philippe would mind if his court changes the name to Rafael Nadal - statue is not enough." Ljubicic said

"The Spaniard is 14-0 in French Open finals and his overall record at Roland Garros is now a staggering 112-3."

"Two of those losses came against Djokovic, who Nadal beat in four sets in the quarter-finals this year."

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