A correct Nadal comfortably surpasses Dellien in the first round of the Australian Open

A correct Nadal comfortably surpasses Dellien in the first round of the Australian Open

May 14, 2020 fxcbhyzvatkx 0

first_imgPhoto: EFE Rafael Nadal, head of the number one series, met on his first Australian Open event against Bolivian Hugo Dellien after winning 6-2, 6-3 and 6-1 in a correct match that helped him gain confidence towards the one It could be his twentieth big. The Spaniard wins the Bolivian 6-2, 6-3, 6-0His next rival, the winner of Delbonis-Sousacenter_img “It has been a difficult game, because although I won the first games, he has been very close to getting them. Regarding Hugo, he has a great history behind him and is a great fighter, I wish him the best,” Nadal said. after the end of the crash.The Manacor tennis player, a finalist in Melbourne Park, did not need excellent tennis to comfortably overcome Dellien, who currently occupies the 73rd position in the ATP classification.Although the game began with a resounding 4-0 favorable to the Spanish on the scoreboard, the Balearic did not find himself comfortable on the court and had to rely on repeated advantages to close three of the four initial games.The brilliance that characterizes him also did not shine in the second assault and, despite the fact that it was a comfortable 6-3, the manacorí relinquished one of his services, just as it happened in the first round.Unlike the first two, the first world classified did dominate with pleasure in all aspects of the game during the final manga, which closed without fitting a game.The current US Open champion and Roland Garros was able to follow in the footsteps of his main competitors, the Serbian Novak Djokovic and the Swiss Roger Federer, with a placid victory and already waiting for his next opponent, which will be determined after the match between the Argentine Federico Delbonis and the Portuguese Joao Sousa.last_img

 

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