‘Clay King’ Nadal reaches the 13th ‘French Open’ finals in his career

Spanish tennis player Rafael Nadals (WTA 2nd) on Friday won the semi-final of the French Open Tennis Championship, securing a place in the tournament finals for the 13th time in his career.

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Nadal defeated Argentine tennis player Diego Schwartzman in three sets with the result 6-3, 6-3, 7-6 (7: 0) (ATP 14.)

“Playing against Diego is always difficult until the very end,” Nadal admitted after the match. “I’m happy with the game on display. I think I’m continuing to improve my performance, and this was a very positive game for me.”

So far, the Spanish tennis player has not lost a set in this year’s tournament. Although he lost his second serving game in the match against Schwarzmann, the game quickly came under Nadala’s control, and there was no doubt about its outcome for a moment.

Spanish tennis player lost twice in his career alone “French Open“game, but in the semi-finals he triumphed all 13 times. Maintaining the perfect win-lose ratio in the tournament finals, he would repeat the record set by Swiss tennis player Roger Federer (ATP 4) – 20 championship titles.”Grand Slam“tournaments.

Nadal will have to meet Serbian tennis player Novak Djokovic (ATP 1) or Greek Stefanos Cicipas (ATP 6) in the final. This semi-final fight started right after the match between Nadal and Schwarzmann.

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