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Rafael Nadal Qualified for the Semi Finals of Roland Garros

Written by Michael Gordon   
Wednesday, 06 June 2012 23:10

Rafael Nadal - Roland Garros newsRafael Nadal qualified for the semifinals of Roland Garros after winning in three sets to Nicolas Almagro. The Spaniard, seeking its seventh title in Paris, will need to check now to David Ferrer. Join Now to Bet on this Game!

Rafa Nadal adds 50 victories at Roland Garros tournament that wants to win for the seventh time and thus enter into the story. The Spaniard, who is just two wins to get so precious company, sealed his ticket to semifinals after beating Nicolas Almagro by an aggregate score of 7-6 (4), 6-2, 6-3 after two hours and forty- six minutes in a clash played at a gala Philippe Chatrier dressed for the occasion.

If your time in the circuit domain Roger Federer was dubbed with the nickname of Swiss Express, Nadal could now cataloged as a locomotive that has no standing in her way when it comes to travel routes clay. No matter who has front, whether friend or Spanish, you just devastating wherever it happens. Today it was with Almagro exhibited a remarkable level, but ended up giving in to what for him was impossible. Attractive start of game Murcia, daring and successful in his attempt to keep Nadal away from the baseline. Rafa, meanwhile, pulled his backhand to Murcia looking to the ruling that had just arrived. Both stars were shining with their service, giving little or no options to rest. Without any break through it was sudden death, where unforced errors ended up condemning a Nico he could earn more prize.

Almagro cost him to fit in the tennis betting game and missed the opportunity for him to win . So after the stake temporarily disconnected, dropped his serve in the fourth game and ended up putting the second set in the tray of his rival. Rafa increasingly plugged in, kept a straight face in concentration, like that of old fireman who threw coal into the boiler of the train that will not stop his pace.

The Spaniard was able to read the game and be patient when putting the lace to it. Almagro began to hit him with the soul, knowing that we must perform 100% in order to hurt Nadal on the red carpet. That builds the shooting 48 straight sets. He had his options from Murcia to the rest, up to four, but never was able to effect the split. Neither murmur sometimes uncomfortable tier or the rain that would have their dose of prominence in the day, prevented Rafa could raise his arms to heaven as a sign of a new victory. He will rest until Friday, when semifinals will take place at Roland Garros men, but the machine continues to boil. No one can stop.

 
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