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At his Wimbledon debut in 2003, Nadal became the youngest man to reach the third round since Boris Becker in 1984.
Nadal reached the third round of the 2004 Australian Open where he lost in three sets against Australian Lleyton Hewitt.
In May 2001, he defeated former Grand Slam tournament champion Pat Cash in a clay-court exhibition match.
In 2003, he won the ATP Newcomer of the Year Award.
He then suffered a foot injury that prevented him from competing in the year-ending Tennis Masters Cup.
Nine of Nadal's titles were on clay, and the remainder were on hard courts. Nadal won the Golden Bagel Award for 2005, with eleven 6–0 sets during the year.
He also became the first teenager to win a Grand Slam singles title since Pete Sampras won the 1990 US Open at age 19.
At 19, Nadal won the French Open the first time he played it, a feat not accomplished in Paris for more than 20 years.
Rafael Nadal was born in Manacor, Balearic Islands, Spain. His uncle, Miguel Ángel Nadal, is a retired professional footballer, who played for RCD Mallorca, FC Barcelona, and the Spanish national team.