He didn't become the first player since Bjorn Borg in 1980 to win the French Open without dropping a set, but Rafael Nadal did just about everything else on Sunday.
The 21-year-old Spaniard won his third straight French Open crown, and for the second consecutive year, he beat top-seeded Roger Federer in four sets.
What else did Rafa accomplish in the final? Here's a look at the most notable statistics from his three-peat performance at Roland Garros.
0 -- Losses in 34 career clay-court matches that Nadal has played which were a best-of-five format.
1 -- Clay-court match lost this season (26-1).
2 -- Number of players since 1925 who have won the French Open at least three years in a row. Nadal joins Bjorn Borg, who won the French four consecutive years from 1978 to 1981.
3 -- Losses by Roger Federer in his Past nine Grand Slam events. They have all come at Roland Garros and each time Federer lost to Nadal in four sets -- 2005 semifinals and 2006-07 finals.
4 -- Total sets lost by Nadal at the French Open in the past two years.
5 -- Titles in 2007, most on the ATP Tour.
6 -- Years it has been since the No. 1 seed won the French Open. (In 2001, top-seeded Gustavo Kuerten beat Alex Corretja.)
7 -- Number of men who have won three or more French Open titles: Bjorn Borg (6), Henri Cochet (4), Nadal, Gustavo Kuerten, Mats Wilander, Ivan Lendl and Rene Lacoste (3 each).
8 -- Career wins against Federer. Nadal is 8-4 against the world's No. 1 player, including 6-1 on clay.
9 -- Nadal and Federer have combined to win the past nine Grand Slam titles. The last player not named Nadal or Federer to win a major was Marat Safin, who won the 2005 Australian Open.
10 -- Break points faced -- and saved -- by Nadal in the first set of the final.
ESPN.com news services contributed to this report.