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Rafael Nadal: It was a good match

Rafael Nadal: It was a good match
Rafael Nadal: It was a good matchRafael Nadal: It was a good match
Written by Tennis Shot
Rafael Nadal reveals He played a very good and solid match against Sousa in the 4th Round of Wimbledon.

The Spaniard played Sousa for the 3rd time in his career and He defeated him

for the 3rd consecutive time in their Head to head meetings.

Nadal won in straigh sets with 6-2, 6-2, 6-2 in just 1 hour and 45 mins.

Although winning in starigh sets the job was not easy for Rafa because of the quick

movement of Jao Sousa, with that Rafa had to level up his game to reduce the dangerous

of his country mate Sousa. to launch the challenge for competing for Wimbledon title.

Rafael Nadal admitted It was a good match from him agains the Spaniard Sousa

Who knew it would not be easy for him to deal with the quick movement and tough

shots of Jao, Rafa believed his serve didn’t work as it should be and how it was before,

but He was positive in playing with others keys to take the win with his hands.

Rafael Nadal: I think it was a good solid match, Yes the service did not work as well as it was last 2 matches,

but other things were great and very positive. A lot of positive things out there: good forehands,

good backhand, changing the rhythm of the point with the slice sometimes, good volleys too.

I’m really Happy for this win and to be back in the Q-Finals. and yes great news for me.”

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The Match stats

Rafa did not face any braek point during his 4th round match at all.

Besides, Rafa had 30 winners in the match as a very good stat for him showing how agressive He was.

from the errors side Rafa had only 10 errors in 3 sets, that to be a great stats as well.

In 3 sets and 1h45mins of playing Nadal lost only 13 points on his serve, that’s an effective record.

Rafael Nadal will face Sam Querrey in the Q-Finals of the tournament this Wednesday for a place in the S-Finals, and this their 6th meeting and Nadal leads with 4 wins to 1.