Andrey Rublev was hit hard and it was very difficult… For Rafael Nadal, on Friday in the quarterfinals of Monte-Carlo, he His performance is so strong that he will continue to play in the new Masters 1000 semi-finals after Miami at the beginning of this month.
The Spaniard made seven double mistakes and made a total of 36 unman-made mistakes. Therefore, some believe that the Spaniard won 11 championships in the Principality and won the Russians on the plateau.
This will undermine the high-end performance of the Slavic batsman, whose thrust has pushed him back to third in the world ranking, so much so that he is often misplaced and repeatedly put him in a feel-good bump state.
“When you face such a good player and perform poorly, you will lose. Nadal commented that this is the case. He said that my serve was disastrous, explaining that when you must first consider putting the ball into the game At times, focus on the difficulties of the game.
Rublev won the first round in 38 minutes because he flew through the program and looked unstoppable…except for Nadal.
Since being eliminated in the quarter-finals of the Australian Open in February, the Spaniard has not participated in the competition. He seemed to maintain the turning point of the game during the 73-minute bout, maintaining a tie and equalizing the score throughout the game.
But not at all. Rublev resumed Nadal’s serve three times, lost his one, only to 5-1 out of the game and was never recovered.
“I fought, yes, but I don’t want to lose my serve so often to beat him,” the Clay King admitted.
Rublev was pleased with his victory and paid tribute to his opponent at the time.
“For him, facing the pressure of always having to win is definitely a very difficult thing. I was shocked to see how far he can develop despite such tremendous pressure. Say: “When you have nothing to lose, it will be much easier to play. “
After excluding the world number two Daniel Medvedev before the start of the game and conducting a positive Covid test, he eliminated Novak Djokovic and became the first place on the day before the 16th round. Dahl has left the Monaco Championship for the third time. Leaving Rublev, Casper Ruud, Stefanos Tstsipas and Daniel Evans compete for the trophy.