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ISSUE 18- 2014

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Thoughts on Rafael Nadal´s Impressive Comeback

Seven months ago, Rafael Nadal faced a stunning loss at Wimbledon
Rafael Nadal  17 Feb 2013 - 17:51 / by Federico Coppini / reads 3433.
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Seven months ago, Rafael Nadal faced a stunning loss at Wimbledon. He came back impressively in his first match since his loss. He beat Federico Delbonis 6-3, 6-2 in a match that could help him regain his stand. It looks like he is recovering from his left knee injury suffered in late June.

Looking forward, playing a competitive match 223 days after a demotivating loss, Nadal once more stepped out on to the court to delight his fans. In a sure shot way, he stamped his brand once again with his fluid returns.

Some may feel that tennis does not depend on one single player ever. Nadal was missing from the Olympics and the past three Grand Slams. Since his temporary exit, we saw the thrilling Olympic win by Andy Murray, Roger Federer’s comeback to the winner’s circle at the Grand Slams. Andy Murray made tennis fans feel his presence strongly in the US Open and Australian Open. There is no doubt that life goes on in spite of the absence of some players but ask any fan and he will tell you how much sweeter tennis is with Nadal around.

When Nadal lost the first two games of the match down 0-2 in the first step against Delbonis, worried fans must have gotten ready for another debacle, many people after betting thanks for istance to the Stan James promo code were happy, others got scared. It was indeed a pleasant surprise to see Nadal winning 12 of the next 15 games. It was heartening to see flashes of his original self though the rusty edges will take time to sharpen. His on the run forehand passing shots were a pleasure to behold. It is not very easy to handle injury comebacks but Nadal did it with great composure and determination. The coming American hard-court tournaments and the following clay court seasons will be the platforms where Nadal may have to fine-tune his endurance to beat the knee and perform.

Nadal flashed a beaming smile as he hit the ball at the crowd. His delight was evident with the quick fist pump. His confidence in his knee was evident when he was down 1-2 first set. If you are into sports keep visiting Betminded to become a betting, poker and casino expert. Do not forget to take advantage of last tennis news. After charging towards the net to take a short volley from Delbonis and returning it back straight to him, he again charged back to the baseline trying to pick up another powerful volley from him. The very fact that he was able to cover so much court is a preview of what we can expect from him in the next three months.  




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