Tennis: The enormous confession of the Nadal clan on its rout at the Masters

Since the start of his career, Rafael Nadal has struggled to look good at the Masters, having great difficulty winning this tournament. Asked about the subject, Toni Nadal gave his explanation. And according to Rafael Nadal’s uncle, he fishes out the Masters because he faces the best players from the start of the competition.

During the last mastery, Rafael Nadal failed to make it out of the group stage. Indeed, the veteran Mallorcan (36) lost twice, winning only one match.

“You already meet one of the best in the world in the first game”

vying for the last mastery, Rafael Nadal won in his final match against Casper Ruud (7-5, 7-5) this Thursday. However, he had already lost his first two meetings against Taylor Fritz (7-6, 6-1) and Felix Auger-Aliassime (6-3, 6-4). Two defeats which caused the early elimination of Rafael Nadal. In comments reported by We love tennis, Tony Nadal spoke out about his nephew’s lack of success in Mastery. And according to him, Rafael Nadal has difficulties in this competition because he has to rub shoulders with the best from the first matches.

“It then becomes too difficult”

“When you play a Grand Slam tournament, it’s not the same problem as at the Masters, since you’ve already played a few matches. If you succeed in the first week, you can win the tournament in the second. But it’s not the same here, because you already meet one of the best in the world in the first game. It then becomes too difficult. At the Australian Open, for example, Rafa didn’t play the first match well, the second neither, the same for the third, but after that it got better and better”a developer Tony Nadal, the uncle of Rafael Nadal.

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