Rafael Nadal celebrates after defeating Novak Djokovic in four sets to win his first U.S. Open title, completing the career grand slam.
(AP) PARIS - Police say they've found the 300,000 euro ($376,000) watch stolen from the Paris hotel room of tennis star Rafael Nadal, and that a barman has been arrested in connection with the theft.
Nadal was in Paris for the French Open, which he won Monday for a record seventh time, beating Serbia's Novak Djokovic.
Luxury watchmaker Richard Mille had lent the Spanish tennis champion the watch. It vanished sometime late Monday to early Tuesday.
A police source - speaking on condition of anonymity, citing policy - said Wednesday that the pricey timepiece was found Tuesday night along a railway track in the southern Paris suburb of Evry.
The suspect in the case, a 39-year-old barman who worked at the luxury hotel in Paris' 8th district, was arrested Tuesday evening.