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Rafael Nadal Qualified for the Quarter-Final of Viña del Mar

Written by Andrew Scofield   
Wednesday, 06 February 2013 21:49

Rafael Nadal QualifiedRafael Nadal qualified for the quarter-final of Viña del Mar after winning two rounds to Federico Delbonis. A special victory for the Spaniard tennis player, who returned to play a single game 223 days after being defeated at Wimbledon by Lukas Lacko, the last game in the circuit.

All sources point in Viña del Mar to the figure of Rafa Nadal. The exnúmero one of the world is probably the most important figure tennis happened on the Chilean clay and participation in an event as humble as this ATP 250 has become state interest. After the debut in the doubles with victory with his friend Juan Monaco, the Spaniard debuted individually against another Argentinian Federico Delbonis, number 128 of the ATP rankings, before which prevailed by a score of 6-3 and 6 -2 after an hour and twenty minutes in a clash played on Center Court Campus Las Salinas.

"Back to the trail of a big," his friend Carlos Moya announced on Twitter while Rafa jumped to clay. The ovation he received from the respectable left very clearly the desire I had the tennis world to see him back in action. It was not easy for the Manacor, which was slow, cautious and erratic in a fit where only signed one of the first 11 points of contention (0-2 and 0-30).

It did not help him much sliding track in the background, which remained confident the movement, particularly lateral, the Balearics. But a banana shot house brand served to put him in the game, match race and lubricate machinery that gradually giving glimpses of the Rafa of old. Carbide right and kept right to the service, something that helped him achieve a new break and send the first set of his locker.

 

Nadal improved sensations in the second act. Just see him celebrate the conquest of break in the opening game with a jump in track was the desire to sign the Spaniard has to be competitive again. It must be hard to see how the head moves at a pace and legs respond to a slower, but it is now known that it touches. Rafa won 15 of the first 16 points in dispute, with two breaks breached their favor and put directly into the next round. He was more comfortable with shadow on the track, more relaxed ahead on the scoreboard and more dynamic in its movements seeing the sights of his racquet and was calibrated. Self-demanding as ever, Nadal did not smile until they signed the point of victory. Although the result might be the least of ...

In the quarterfinals, Rafa will need to check the Spanish derby winner facing Albert Montanes and Daniel Gimeno-Traver, who debuted in Chile with vicitorias against Nicolas Massu (6-7, 6-3, 6-4) and Portugal's Joao Sousa (6-4, 4-6, 6-1) respectively.

For the rest of the Navy include Albert Ramos victory against Brazilian Rogerio Dutra Silva (6-4, 6-1). As the rest of the day playing serves review the defeat of Argentine Juan Monaco, current defending champions against Frenchman Guillaume Ruffin (7-6, 6-3).

 
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