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Wimbledon Betting News: Rafael Nadal beats Michael Russell

Written by Andrew Scofield   
Monday, 20 June 2011 21:50

2011 Wimbledon Odds and StatsRafael Nadal made his debut in the 125 edition of Wimbledon with a comfortable victory over Michael Russell. The world No. 1, who defend this condition on the grass Amen London won the title last year, now find Ryan Sweeting, who beat in five sets of Pablo Andujar.

After the rain forecast warned a 80% chance of showers during the game reviews for Wimbledon 2011 betting , the London sky respected the defending champion, as always in this Grand Slam responsible for opening the issue on Center Court at the All England Tennis Club. Rafa Nadal beat American Michael Russell by an aggregate score 6-4, 6-4, 6-2 in one hour and fifty-eight minutes of action. Nadal and Russell had never faced before in the circuit, explaining why the early stages of the game were of first refusal to see the reaction of others. It was the U.S., in a fit of daring, who managed the first break of the match, taking advantage (4-2) that would soon disappear. And it seemed to be hoping that Rafa wake-up call to get the costume of the big galas. Without a show, but proving to be very thin, it worked the comeback in the first act that resolved after signing the final four games of the same.

 

With advantage on the scoreboard, Nadal was able to read the script to perfection the game. Broke the first exchange to service its rival, timid in attacking the puppet and often having to run back and forth across the track. Only his 'plates made in Becker' cheered to an eager public tennis lordly behaved at all times with both players. Nadal severely punished the back of his rival and disguise his right baton of orchestra or sniper rifle as the match required. His confidence grew so much that he dared even rises to the network and practicing the art of serve and volley, peculiar to a surface as uneven as it is green. The betting match was ultimately more comfortable than what was seen in the first place and to read offers only positive notes. Rafa is strengthened mentally, knowing that your right runs a lot, that his 'banana shot' is fine, that their service works when required and your machine without being punished, has been greased in the right dose. This is victory number 30 by Rafa at Wimbledon, beating well classics like Kevin Curren and Wayne Ferreira and equating to Patrick Rafter in this statistic.

 
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