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John McEnroe Has A Telling Admission On Rafael Nadal

U.S. tennis legend John McEnroe.

LONDON, ENGLAND - JUNE 12: John McEnroe during a practice session for Milos Raonic at the Aegon Championships at Queens Club on June 12, 2016 in London, England. (Photo by Joel Ford/Getty Images)

Rafael Nadal has done it again.

The legendary left-handed has climbed back on top of the tennis world, winning the Australian Open on Sunday morning - his 21st Grand Slam championship, the most in men's history.

Nadal rallied to defeat Daniil Medvedev in the men's final of the Australian Open on Sunday morning for another Grand Slam title.

His 21 Grand Slams are the most in men's tennis history.

Legendary tennis star John McEnroe summed up his thoughts on Nadal following the big win on Sunday morning.

"I've watched a lot of tennis and I've seen a lot of unbelievable champions, I've seen Nadal give these kinds of efforts in the past and I didn't think he could top it. To do what he just did here, at this point in his career, and shift the narrative again from Djokovic and shift it to him, it's hard to believe," the New York native admitted.

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