translated from Spanish: Rafael Nadal debuts with a win at the Monte Carlo Masters

Monte Carlo, Principality of Monaco.- He has started the ground season during the ATP circuit, the favorite part of Spaniard Rafael Nadal, where he has dominated for several years and Wednesday has made it clear that he wants to continue to enlarge his palms on this surface. Rafael Nadal beat Argentina’s Federico Delbonis, 6-1, 6-2, in 1 hour and 20 minutes in the Spaniard’s first match in the tournament to reach the eighth round of the Monte Carlo Masters 1000.
Stay informed about what matters most to you

Get the most relevant news of the day in your e-mail

Thank you for subscribing!
Check your inbox to confirm your email and start getting the latest news

Take advantage and take the next step
Get our news alerts so you don’t miss anything
Receive notifications

Not bad! You’ve subscribed to notifications
Set up and choose your preferences
Set up notifications

Enter your e-mail


Subscribing involves accepting the terms and conditions

Not bad! You’ve subscribed to notifications
Set up and choose your preferences

Nadal was thoroughly tested, after nearly two months away from the courts, since losing in the quarter-finals of the Australian Open to Greek Stefanos Tsitsipas, and made clear his intentions, the twelfth Monegasque title. Read more: Liga MX: Puebla will contest his second match with fans in the weekThe atp number three started as a cyclone, ravaging a Delbonis who could barely win a game in the first half hour of the match in which the first set was diluted. In the second set and after a 2-0 of the Balearic star, Delbonis, coming from the previous phase and number 87 of the world rankings, grew in his game and gave more opposition but only served to make two games and end up losing 6-2.
In his fifth matchup, the Argentine was still not able to make a set for the Spaniard. In the eighth round Nadal will face Bulgarian Grigor Dimitrov, fourteenth seed and winner of Frenchman Jeremy Chardy for Dimitrov 7-6(3) and 6-4.Read more: Concachampions: Bulging Blue Cross victory over Arcahaie in AztecBy his part, Serbian Novak Djokovic also easily dominated up-and-coming Italian player Jannik Sinner (22nd world), 6-4 world), 6-4 , 6-2, in 1 hour and 34 minutes, in his entry into the 2nd round of Monte Carlo, where he resumed competition after his title at the Australian Open in February.

Nadal’s return to the top

Original source in Spanish

Related Posts

Add Comment