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NADAL ADVANCES TO SEMIS

No. 1 men’s singles player Rafael Nadal overcame a tough start to beat  No. 5 David Ferrer 4-6, 6-4, 6-0, 6-1 in a rematch of the 2013 French Open championship game. “Well, I think at the beginning David was playing with a higher intensity than me,” Nadal, a Spainard said. “Is true that I started first two points playing well, but then I make a lot of mistakes with my backhand. Amazing with how much mistakes I had with my backhand today. Difficult to understand, because last two days I was practicing the best that I practiced since a long time ago in terms of feeling with my forehand, with my backhand. I went on court relaxed. Not relaxed thinking that I’m going to win, but relaxed thinking I’m going to play well. I really felt the ball better than probably during the whole year.”

 

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