Seppi on Nadal and Wimbledon seeding: 'Grand Slams do what they want'


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Seppi on Nadal and Wimbledon seeding: 'Grand Slams do what they want'

Andreas Seppi commented on the Wimbledon seeding formula. Through that, Roger Federer became the No. 2 seed over Rafael Nadal. "Grand Slams do what they want, the tie-break on 12-all in the fifth set is not good! But at the end of the day, Nadal did not become the 15th seed..."

, said Seppi. On his opening round win over Nicolas Jarry, Seppi added: "I should have won the second set too, but I was good to go leading in the third and then win the match. Why do Italians win on grass? I do not know if grass changed, but players did: Matteo Berrettini and Lorenzo Sonego hit some big serves, they hit the ball well, their game fits grass.

The previous ones, Filippo Volandri and Potito Starace, did not have an ideal game to win matches here. They were playing on clay, they were coming here the Sunday before and the result was secondary. Compared to before, now there is better communication between coaches, there is an exchange of opinions and information."