Rafael Nadal is celebrating after winning the French Open - for the fifth time in six years.
Here he is in the changing rooms with his trophy - but you're not meant to eat it Rafa!
He missed out on the title last year - and had been struggling with injuries - so he said the win was really special. It looks like he can't believe he's done it.
He beat Robin Soderling from Sweden 6-4 6-2 6-4 to win the title. It doesn't look like there were many hard feelings!
Soderling said the players still get on: "I have nothing against Rafa I think he's a great player. He definitely has the chance to be number one for a long time if he plays like this."
The win means that Nadal is back at the top of the table as World Number One - and he looks pretty pleased with the result!
It's been a tough year for Nadal though, who had to drop out of his quarter-final against Andy Murray at the Australian Open because of knee problems.
He now heads to London, where he will be hoping to prove why he's number one, with a win at Queen's Club and then Wimbledon.