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Nadal’s seven French Open titles — in 2005-08 and 2010-12 — already are the most in history, and his eighth final appearance sets another mark. The only other men in the last 80 years to win seven trophies at any Grand Slam tournament are Federer and Pete Sampras, who both achieved that total at Wimbledon. Looking at the bigger picture, Nadal can earn his 12th major championship overall Sunday, which would move him past Borg and Rod Laver and into a tie for third with Roy Emerson, behind only Federer (17) and Sampras (14).Nadal, who turned 27 last Monday, would be about 11 months older than Federer was when he got to No. 12.“He likes to compete. He never gives up. I mean, that’s an impressive virtue that he has,” Djokovic said before falling to 0-5 at Roland Garros against Nadal, 15-20 overall.
“Over the years, he’s been so consistent and so dominant, on this surface, especially. He’s struggled with injuries, came back, and lost only a few matches. … You’ve got to respect that.”While Nadal will be participating in his 17th Grand Slam final — he’s 11-5, with two losses to Federer and three to Djokovic — Ferrer will be making his debut on such a stage in his 42nd major tournament. The fourth-seeded Ferrer was 0-5 in Grand Slam semifinals before eliminating France’s Jo-Wilfred Tsonga 6-1, 7-6 (3), 6-2 Friday. Ferrer has won all 18 sets he’s played these past two weeks, needing less than 11 hours combined to get through six matches. Nadal, in contrast, has dropped four sets — including the opener in each of his first two matches — and spent nearly 17 hours on court. At 31, Ferrer would be the oldest French Open champion since Andres Gimeno took the 1972 title when he was 34. Ferrer knows it won’t be easy, and not just because of Nadal’s tremendous record in Paris. They will be playing each other for the 24th time, and Nadal is 19-4 so far. David Ferrer beats Jo-Wilfried Tsonga to set up a French Open final against Rafael Nadal on Sunday.