Posted on November 16, 2020 at 9:35 am by La Rédaction
Just a few hours after Dominic Thiem’s victory, Rafael Nadal efficiently entered the ATP Finals. The world quantity 2 defeated Andrey Rublev after a managed match.
The hunt for information continues. While Novak Djokovic can turn out to be the most profitable participant of ATP Finals, Rafael Nadal runs after his first victory. One of the few tournaments to be missed on its report. Indoors, Manacor’s bull shouldn’t be as sharp as on clay. Moreover at Rolex Paris Masters, he missed one thing the Mallorcan to have the ability to compete with Alexander Zverev throughout his semi-final. Released in two units, Rafael Nadal was eager to get again to London. And that is what occurred on Sunday. Facing a Andrey Rublev in all probability timid by his beginnings in Masters, the world quantity 2 ideally began with a victory in two rounds. What to take the head of his group, in entrance of Dominic Thiem who wanted three units to beat Stefanos Tsitsipas.
“There is no match, but it’s a good start”
An essential end result, particularly since Rafael Nadal nonetheless has to face the finalists of the final version to hope to achieve the semi-finals. After his match, the 33-year-old analyzed his scenario. “There’s no such thing as a perfect game, and in fact it wasn’t really a perfect game. It’s a game where I think Rublev made more unforced errors than usual, and I also think I was serving very well. On grounds like this, if you serve well and then you can enjoy some returns, it can be tricky for the opponent. I think I played a smart game so I’m pretty happy with this win. It was a tough opponent and a tough game, for a lot of different reasons, and tactically I think I played well. Of course it’s a good start, but I have to play against Dominic and then Stefanos, two of the toughest opponents you can face ”, has defined Rafael Nadal in feedback relayed byATP.