Roland Garros: Nadal also beats Van de Zandschulp and enters round of 16 without dropping a set

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I won 6-3, 6-2 and 6-4. It will be measured by Felix Auger-Aliasim, advised by Toni Nadalo

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Nadal Golpi leads Van de Zandschulp.Anne-Christine PouzoulatAFP

This is a tradition at Roland Garros, and on several occasions beyond the first round, when we write about Rafael Nadal, we resort to verbs and expressions related to the demonstration of authority, with the submission of the opponent. It is about expressing with words what the marker already represents. Clear wins, with decisive numbers that explain the differences established on this surface with the majority of its rivals. 29-year-old Botic van de Zandschulp, the highest-ranked opponent so far in the current edition of the tournament, faced the same fate as his two predecessors., In an unprecedented clash, at the Susan Lenglen track, an unusual venue for the 13-time champion, the result was almost identical. Nadal won 6-3, 6-2, 6-4 in two hours and 11 minutes. It will be measured by Felix Auger-Aliassim, advised by Toni Nadal.

Van de Zandschulp, who recently reached the final at the ATP 250 in Munich, is a synthetic player who has some rhythm and wants to feed on serve and forehand. A tennis player of 1.91 who has problems with displacement, well advantaged by Nadal. It was hardly a sign that the Spaniard started with a double fault and lost his serve. It didn’t take long to win the first set and lay the foundation on which the game was going to run. The Dutchman, a quarterfinalist at the last US Open, didn’t even try to be faithful to his own identity, hopelessly admitting his fate.,

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There is no record of a chronic left leg injury that raised serious concern after losing to Denis Shapovalov in the round of 16 in Rome. It would be an exaggeration, as it would be necessary to calibrate his performance against bigger opponents to judge whether he is better than before, but the truth is how he performs on the court and solves his matches, He is not far from any of his best performances since winning the tournament for the first time in 2005.

Zidane, Desailly and Woody Harrelson were some spectacular witnesses to an almost perfect match by Nadal, who only committed ..unexpected errors. Immaculate with his serve, quick and easily opening the court with both his forehand and backhand, the Spaniard suffered hardly any breakages, also an important fact considering the conditions in which he reached the tournament . With his delayed response, van de Zandschulp only managed to reduce the thickness of the result.

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