[Australian Open]Marathon tie-break win

[Sports Road News]Spain’s Rafael Nadal faced a severe test in the fourth round of the 2022 Australian Open men’s singles on Sunday (23rd). Adrian Mannarino co-starred in a nearly 30-minute “marathon” tie-break. The stormy waves won the first set and fought hard for 2 hours and 40 minutes before winning the promotion, tied for the second most semi-finals in Australian Open history. more players, second only to Roger Federer, the Swiss tennis king who did not play this year.

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Both players played a very high level of performance in the first set, and took a forehand shot in the 11th game to knock down the net, which led to the first break point of the game. Absolute grip. Manalino failed to seize the opportunity to break, resulting in a tie-break after 28 minutes and 40 seconds, in which both players had a chance to win this game; point) can not be grasped, and the degree will have to wait until the 7th inventory, before winning the first set with 16:14.

Speaking of the 81-minute first set after the match, Nadu said: “Anything can happen, I was a little bit lucky in the end, I had my chances and he had a lot of chances to win that set. He played The ball was hard to control, the ball was fast and the angle was flat, so I’m very lucky that I survived the first set.”

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拿度(Photo Credit:Australian Open Twitter)

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Manarina (Photo Credit: Australian Open Twitter)

However, after a close first set, the third round of the race on Friday (21st) was finally played until 2:30 a.m. on Saturday (22nd). A French player was broken at the beginning of the second set, and when he was 2:5 behind, he even had to call a trainer into the field to check that it was believed to be a groin injury. Fatigued by injuries, the 69th-ranked Manalino in the world was finally unable to resist, losing two consecutive sets 2:6, 2:6, and losing to Nadu with a set score of 0:3. It is worth mentioning that the second and third sets of this match only lasted 79 minutes, two minutes less than the first set.

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After Nadu won the wave, he reached the Australian Open semi-finals for the 14th time in his career. He was on par with John Newcombe, the famous Australian player who was active in the 1960s and 1970s, and tied for the 8th score in the history of the Australian Open. The player with the second most hits is only one less than the leading Fedana.

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Strive to take advantage of the absence of his two old rivals Fedana and Novak Djokovic to try to win the 21st Grand Slam title of his career. Denis Shapovalov, the No. 14 seeded Canadian player, was upset in the fourth round of another men’s singles match, sweeping in straight sets 6:3, 7:6 (7:5), 6:3 Germany’s Alexander Zverev, ranked third in the world, will play against Nadu in the quarter-finals.In fact, in ZugaoyuBecause of an entry visa turmoilIn the case of failing to participate, Schwarlif was Nadu’s strongest opponent in the upper half of the Australian Open men’s singles. However, the German player was unexpectedly out, which improved Nadu’s chances of winning the Australian Open.

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Shabaowarov (Photo Credit: Australian Open Twitter)

The 22-year-old Shabaohualov, who reached the quarter-finals of the Australian Open for the first time in history, beat Schwarliffe on Sunday, the Canadian player’s first victory over a top-five player in the world in five years. Shabaowarov, who is also a left-hander, has played against Nadu 4 times in the past. The only victory was in the 2017 Montreal Masters.

Source: Comprehensive foreign media

This article is by “Sportsroad“Originally published in “[Australian Open]Marathon tie-break win

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