Roland Garros day 6 recap: Cyclones Nadal and Halep, two RG and accusations!

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Roland Garros day 6 recap: Cyclones Nadal and Halep, two RG and accusations!

At the Roland Garros 2020 there are two cliclons: Rafael Nadal and Simona Halep, both authors of two very convincing performances, and in the fourth round of the tournament. In the next round also Dominic Thiem, Jannik Sinner, Elina Svitolina, Iga Swiatek and Caroline Garcia.

Hugo Gaston sensationally eliminated Stan Wawrinka. Denis Shapovalov did not like this year's organization of the Parisian Slam: "I think they (the organizers - ed.) Are not doing a good job. There is no bubble, especially in the second hotel.

According to their programming , I should be in the men's doubles after a five hour marathon. I don't want to look spoiled, but that's not acceptable. " Nick Kyrgios against his colleagues on social media! The first to be attacked was Novak Djokovic for the Adria Tour.

Then he was the protagonist of a dispute with Boris Becker for the behavior in Serbia of some tennis players such as Dominic Thiem, Alexander Zverev and Borna Coric. In recent days, he then attacked Mats Wilander, author of some statements on social media against the British Andy Murray.

Kyrgios defended the tennis player and friend with interesting statements then attacking the former tennis player and current Eurosport commentator. Kyrgios' words towards Mats Wilander were not liked by another tennis player, the Russian Karen Khachanov who on social media invited his colleague to show greater respect towards Wilander.

A real social media discussion between the two is born: have fun reading it on Twitter!

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Toni Nadal talked about how Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic have to be faced: "Federer has a better forehand and backhand than you, as well as the flying game and the serve, I once told Rafa.

Now that we know the starting conditions, we must start to think what to do and to make things easier, I repeated. At the US Open 2013 against Djokovic I told him to hit all the hard and central balls, not to move too much against him because otherwise he can look for lines.

Federer or Djokovic? For me it has always been more difficult to prepare matches against Djokovic than those with Federer. Because against Roger we had a plan, we knew that Rafa had to push hard with his backhand and with a high trajectory, so the chances of winning would increase.

2017 has become more complicated." Simona Halep's words in the press conference after her victory against Amanda Anisimova are a hymn to tennis: "It would be great to have a French Open in May and one in September. I win more because I smile more."