Two tennis greats dueled in Paris for the 2011 French Open men's title, when Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer met in the Sunday final.
The match was suspended after two sets due due to rain, but when it was resumed some great tennis followed. The match went four sets, as the two greats battled in the humidity at Court Philippe Chatrier.
Federer has 16 Grand Slams under his belt, but Nadal is probably the greatest red-clay player in history. Going into the match, there was a feeling of hope for Federer after beating the red-hot Novak Djokovic in the semi-finals.
Nadal went to Federer's backhand, but Federer seemed to struggle a bit with his forehand.
Federer committed 56 unforced errors in the match, while Nadal had only 27.