Nadal Avenges Diminor and Advances to 3rd Round of Madrid Open

There is no confirmation on the possibility of participating in the French Open…

“I want to cherish these great memories.”

Rafael Nadal (512th place, Spain) advanced to the third round of the singles at the Men’s Professional Tennis (ATP) Tour Mutua Madrid Open (total prize money of 7,877,020 euros).

Nadal defeated world No. 11 Alex Diminor (Australia) 2-0 (7-6 <8-6> 6-3) in the second round (round of 64) of singles on the fifth day of the tournament held in Madrid, Spain on the 27th (local time) was defeated.

Nadal challenges to advance to the round of 16 against Pedro Kachin (91st place, Argentina),

who defeated Francis Tiafoe (21st place, USA) 2-1 (7-6 <7-1> 3-6 6-4). do. 파워볼사이트

This is the first time the two players face each other.

It has been three months since Nadal passed the second round of a tour tournament in January of this year in Brisbane, Australia, where he was eliminated in the third round (quarterfinals).

Nadal, who has been unable to stand on the court consistently since last year due to worsening hip and back injuries,

took a break of about three months after this year’s Brisbane tournament,

and made his comeback through the Barcelona Open, which ended last week.

At the Barcelona Open, he lost 0-2 to Alex Diminor in the second round and was eliminated.

After getting revenge on Diminor that day, Nadal tore off his headband and threw up his arms to enjoy the joy of victory.

“It’s been a very difficult few months where I don’t see any reason to continue,

but most of all I have a dream to experience that feeling of victory again on my home court,” he said.

“It was a really great win.”

Nadal, who is likely to retire at the end of this season,

is preparing with the goal of participating in the French Open at the end of May, a major tournament.

However, he was not ‘confident’ about participating in the French Open.

“The French Open is the most important tournament in my tennis life,

and everything I experienced and enjoyed there will remain in my heart forever,” Rafael Nadal said.

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