Nadal, like Djokovic, lost a set at the start of Wimbledon

Rafael Nadal / photo: EPA-EFE / ANDY RAIN

Wimbledon runner-up Rafael Nadal secured a place in the second round of the most prestigious tennis tournament after defeating Francisco Serundolo.

Nadal had an identical start at Wimbledon as Novak Djokovic, lost one set, but eventually managed to celebrate with 6: 4,6: 3,3: 6,6: 4 in three and a half hours of play.

Nadal's opponent in the second round will be Richardas Berankis who eliminated the American Sam Querrey with 6: 4,7: 5,6: 3. Convincing performance at the start of Wimbledon had Riley Opelka who beat Taberner with 7: 6,6: 4,6: 4, Alex de Minor with 6: 1,6: 3,7: 5 was better than Delien, Sock beat Zapata Miralles with 7: 6,6: 4,6: 4, while Schwartzman was the most convincing and allowed only eight games to Kozlov.

Gasquet and Sousa played marathon matches in five sets, and the Frenchman celebrated with 7: 6,6: 2,4: 6,4: 6,6: 3, while Nick Kirjos with 3: 6,6: 1,7: 5,6, 7,7: 5: XNUMX beat Jab.


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