The win means that in the all-time list Nadal is only one behind Pete Sampras, while old enemy Roger Federer has 17 titles to his name.
But pay per head services found out that the Spaniard refuses to set any future targets yet.
“Let me enjoy today,” he said. “For me, it is much more than what I ever thought, what I ever dreamed.
“I said that when I had few slams less, but it’s true. Only thing I can say is the same like I do every time. I’m going to keep working hard.
“I’m going to keep doing my things to have more chances in the future to be competitive and to give me more chances to win the tournaments like this one.
“So that’s what I’m going to try. Then you never know when that starts, when that finishes, but 13 is an amazing number.”
However, Nadal admits that being able to win all four majors in the same year is something that lies beyond him.
Price per head services know that the only players to have achieved that feat were Don Budge (1938) and Rod Laver (1962 and 1969) – and Nadal cannot see this happening again anytime soon.
“To win all four Grand Slams in one year I think today is impossible for anyone. That’s my feeling,” said Nadal, who now has eight French Opens, two Wimbledon, two US Open and an Australian title amongst his 60 career crowns.
“Today the best players are there all the time, so to win a tournament like this you have to win against Roger (Federer), against David (Ferrer), against Andy (Murray), against Novak.
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“These players are not losing in the early rounds, so that makes it impossible be 100 per cent in every tournament. So when your level is a little bit lower, you will lose against these players 100 per cent.”