Rafael Nadal: It’s Very Difficult to Stop Djokovic Right Now [Video]
by Tom Gainey | March 20th, 2011, 1:57 pm
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After a very disappointing Australian Open, ATP No. 1 Rafael Nadal has his game back in formidable shape. Nadal overcame a 4-1 deficit to beat Juan Martin Del Potro 64, 64 yesterday.

Nadal now bids for his third Indian Wells BNP Paribas Open title (2007, 2009) this afternoon against rival Novak Djokovic. Nadal is 16-7 lifetime against the Serb and he’s never lost to Djokovic in a tournament final (5-0).

Nadal is appearing his 57th ATP World Tour level final and his 25h ATP Masters 1000. He is 43-13 in finals, 18-6 in 1000 finals.

Since his loss to David Ferrer at the Australian Open, Nadal’s won all seven matches losing just one set (Karlovic).

Here’s Nadal’s ATP interview:

And on on-court in Spanish:


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One Comment for Rafael Nadal: It’s Very Difficult to Stop Djokovic Right Now [Video]

jane Says:

Gotta love Nadal’s “very diffcult” – he uses it a lot but this time I hope he is right! :)

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6 David Ferrer6 Maria Sharapova
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