Nadal Wins Over Tsonga, Drunken Fans at Sony Miami
by Staff | March 29th, 2012, 12:28 am
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Rafael Nadal outlasted Jo-Wilfried Tsonga 6-2, 5-7, 6-4 in the late nightcap to Wednesday play at the Sony Ericsson Open in Miami.


Tsonga looked completely out of sorts in the first set before rallying to win the second, when Rafa failed to serve it out at 5-4, and stretch Nadal in the third, forcing the Spaniard into an extended final game with multiple deuces before clinching it in front of a raucous drunken Miami crowd.

Nadal will next face No. 4 Andy Murray, who out-maneuvered No. 9 seed Janko Tipsarevic 4-6, 6-3, 6-4.

“At the end of the third set when I was up a break, he had break point in a tight game, and I came up with some big serves and served my way out of trouble, which is important,” Murray said. “Because of the wind, I was maybe trying to hit it too close to the line and not building the points as much I needed to. So when I did that, I did a bit better.”

The two women’s quarterfinals on Wednesday featured two storylines, as first No. 7 seed Marion Bartoli stopped world No. 1 Victoria Azarenka’s 26-0 winning streak to begin the season, stopping the Belarussian 6-3, 6-3.

While Azarenka usually likes to pummel her opponents into submission, it was the golf-club-length racquet of Bartoli doing the clubbing.

“The key for me tonight was the belief,” Bartoli said. “I’ve beaten her in the past, and some of the losses were really close, so I knew I had a chance to win.”

Wildcard Venus Williams also saw her run come to an end at her first event of 2012, worked over by No. 5 seed Aggie Radwanska 6-4, 6-1, who will next face Bartoli.

“Out of all the matches, today was probably the one where I had the least pressure in terms of playing someone who was going to maybe hit winners on me or put pressure on me,” Williams said. “So it was disappointing not to feel my best today. I was able to keep it close in the first set and try different strategies, but it was definitely a mental battle, and today I didn’t conquer the mental part…With someone like her you have to be really consistent and move forward at the same time. Typically I like playing someone like her. I feel like I have all day until I feel like moving forward. Normally it has been a great match-up for me, but today she had more answers.”

On court Thursday in Miami are (2) Maria Sharapova vs. (4) Caroline Wozniacki, (8) Mardy Fish vs. (21) Juan Monaco, (1) Bob/Mike Bryan vs. (7) Leander Paes/Radek “The Worm” Stepanek, and at 7 p.m. ET (1) Novak Djokovic vs. (5) David Ferrer, followed by (7) Marion Bartoli vs. (5) Agnieszka Radwanska.

STADIUM start 1:00 pm
[4] C Wozniacki (DEN) vs [2] M Sharapova (RUS) – WTA

Not Before 3:00 PM
[21] J Monaco (ARG) vs [8] M Fish (USA) – ATP
[1] B Bryan (USA) / M Bryan (USA) vs [7] L Paes (IND) / R Stepanek (CZE) – ATP-Not after 5:00pm

Starting at 7:00 PM
[1] N Djokovic (SRB) vs [5] D Ferrer (ESP) – ATP

Not Before 9:00 PM
[7] M Bartoli (FRA) vs [5] A Radwanska (POL) – WTA

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100 Comments for Nadal Wins Over Tsonga, Drunken Fans at Sony Miami

Kimberly Says:

It’s Miami, that’s what we do here we are lively fun loving people (even though I am a non drinking vegetarian), although if I were at that match maybe I would have started drinking too


tennisfan Says:

Patrick Mcenroe said Rafael Nadal willed out of this match! Couldnt agree more with him and Hannah here, it was an effort of will and determination by Nadal.

On the other hand, Tsonga was so full of negative energy throughout the match. And his choice of shots at crunch moments (third set) were sometimes head scratching. Drop shots were the worst of all. He could learn a lot from Nadal today on how to turn his negative energy into positive.

Never once did I see Nadal shouting or getting angry even though he lost the second set! For me, more than his game, his mental toughness was what stood out!

The Humble Rafa- Part I http://bit.ly/yj0JqW


Michael Says:

Although it was a thrilling match, the quality of Tennis was poor. Tsonga just couldn’t play in the first set always targeting the net or hitting it out. His first serve percentage was also poor. No wonder Nadal took that set with ease. In the second, Nadal was serving the match at 5-4 and unusually he got tight and gave a opening to Tsonga who wrapped it up. In the third, Tsona was serving so poorly and yet was able to hold for most part of the set. But one service break cost him the match and even when Nadal was serving for the match at 5-4, it was not over and Tsonga had chances. But he couldn’t convert them. Nadal deservedly won just because he was the more consistent player.


Michael Says:

Tsonga has launched a broadside against the Umpire and said that he was officiating under pressure from Rafa. This is a serious charge coming from a top level player.


Colin Says:

Yes, Tsonga was over the top there. Of course, all umpires are in a sense “under pressure” from Rafa, inasmuch as they feel unable to do anything about his time-wasting, because he is a big star.
Back in the day, umpires were reluctant to throw out John McEnroe for his behavior. If they removed a top player, they would upset the tournament bosses, not to mention the TV folk. McEnroe knew this, and took advantage.
But that is not the same as accusing the umpire of manipulating the score. When he cools down, I think Tsonga will regret this.


Colin Says:

The latest upset – Bartoli taking out Azarenka. The Queen of Eccentricity defeats the Queen of Screams!


alison hodge Says:

colin i agree not saying he doesnt have a point,as i dont know one way or the other,but tsonga needs to be carefull about what hes saying here,he could end up opening a whole can of worms,that could bring the whole game into disrepute.


Colleen Says:

If he is right then the game deserves to be in disrepute. No player should be able to wield influence over who’s officiating and have control over their career.


Colleen Says:

Sorry if that was a bit harsh. Nadal has responded that since hawkeye has been implemented, umps are less likely to overrule because there is the pressure they can be proved wrong by the video.


alison hodge Says:

colleen yeah i completely agree,and i dont know one way or the other about whats going on,all im saying is any player be it tsonga or anybody else for that matter,should be carefull about what they say,or they could end up regretting it,or worse still end up on the recieving end of a lawsuit,we are on the outside looking in.so its very different,and difficult for us to call.


gonzalowski Says:

Again a french’s stupid envy against nadal and spanish sport…
ridiculous


Jack Lewis Says:

>> Again a french’s stupid envy against nadal and spanish sport…

Again with the small mindedness of racism and putting everybody under a the same category.

Tsonga could be an idiot, I doubt he is an idiot because he is french… can’t believe this has to be explained in 2012…


El Flaco Says:

Nadal made a similar complaint at the US Open final to Carlos Ramos. It was in Spanish, but he basically said why are you overruling my shots and calling them out, but not doing the same to Djkovocic’s shots on my side of the court? I have to challenge everything and Djokovic doesn’t need to because you are making the out call for him on the overrule. I don’t think Nadal said anything about it after the match.


Humble Rafa Says:

Tsonga could be an idiot, I doubt he is an idiot because he is french… can’t believe this has to be explained in 2012…

Idiot because he is French..LOL.


gonzalowski Says:

Not saying Tsonga is idiot; Idiot is:

1- some extended anti-spanish french attidude.
2- Tsonga’s attitude after the match.

And I have not put nothing about a category, learn to read man.


racquet Says:

My my. Monaco is battering Fish out there. 6-1. How long until Fish gets all mardy and throws a fit?


El Flaco Says:

Fish is so annoying on court. He takes too much time especially after losing a few points on serve, but plays this little game by pretending the ball boys aren’t getting him the balls quick enough. He goes to one and towels off then goes to the other for balls then goes back to the kid who he got the towel from to inspect more balls.


jane Says:

Monaco is proving his mettle by the looks of the scoreline (can’t watch match right now).


Sean Randall Says:

I’m not so sure Monaco can finish off Fish.


racquet Says:

Monaco is playing very well considering he’s a dirtballer. However, Fish has picked up his level a bit in the 2nd. Not sure it’s enough though.


racquet Says:

Monaco wins 6-1 6-3. I’d could write that Mardy lost the plot, but there was no plot.


Kimmi Says:

monaco in the semi, who would have thought?????!!!! congrats man.


mat4 Says:

On the THASP site, Richard Ings has answered a lot of questions about doping, and clarified the ATP and ITF doping policy. IT IS A MUST READ FOR EVERY TENNIS FAN.


mat4 Says:

Mr Richard Ings held the position of Executive Vice President, Rules and Competition, of the ATP Tour (2001-2005), where he was responsible for developing and implementing anti-doping and anti-corruption programs for men’s professional tennis. From 2005-2010, he also served as CEO of the Australian Sports Anti-Doping Authority (ASADA).

Here are the links:

http://tennishasasteroidproblem.blogspot.com/2012/03/q-richard-ings-part-one.html

and:

http://tennishasasteroidproblem.blogspot.com/2012/03/q-richard-ings-part-two-conclusion.html

It is worth to read the comments too, where he answered a lot of questions.


racquet Says:

It’s only the 3rd game but this Djoko/Ferrer match is shaping up to be a cracker.


mat4 Says:

Djokovic plays much better in the evening.

The work put in the serve seems to finally pay off.


racquet Says:

Nole looks ominously good tonight. 2011 good.


mat4 Says:

As a Novak fan, I feel good.


racquet Says:

FWIW, apparently Chris Fowler just said that Rafa didn’t show up on site for practice today. hmmm


Kimmi Says:

horrible approach shots. two of them


Kimmi Says:

WOW! break!


racquet Says:

Mammoth game! What a rally for Ferrer to break back.


mat4 Says:

Do I feel nervous suddenly…


Brando Says:

As I told everyone b4 nole’s got this match in the bag! Nole’s through to finals easy- and considering how murray’s been playing, rafa’s patchy play ( possible knee issue, 7 losses in a row to nole)- the djokers got the trophy also. UNLESS there is major change from the others, nole’s got this easy! The rest are just not good enough atm, IMHO!


sheila Says:

well after watching tsonga-nadal match i so disagree w/some of the sports writers who insist tsonga can win a major. i think 2012 will be a repeat of 2011 nadal-djokovic in every major final except this year nadal will win the titles. as for roger, who is my fav, i’m sorry, but losing to roddick shows how inconsistent he is tournament to tournament & i just dont c him winning another major, unfortunately. murray, playing nadal, i will be amazed if murray pulls out the win. he has the game to play aggressive but always reverts back to passive play & that will not get the win. i so wish other players would step up to the plate & have the belief they can win nadal or djokovic. delpo, couldnt get by ferrer(hes a gr8 player), but lets face it if u cant get by ferrer, you wont get the win against nadal & djokovic. biggest disappoint is roger. he had gr8 opportunity to get to semis & his loss to roddick simply proved to me that he isnt consistent anymore-bummer, bummer, bummer


Kimmi Says:

nole is struggling now..c’mon wake up!


Kimmi Says:

ferrer is playing much better now. nole needs to raise his level here..


Kimmi Says:

i feel djokovic is giving ferrer the same ball. he needs to mix it up a little.


jane Says:

Oh crap, I didn’t even know Nole was playing already. I thought it was later for some reason. And now I have to go straight from work to other obligation so can’t watch. Eeek. Hope he can pull through, looks like Daveeed is coming on strong based on present score.


skeezerweezer Says:

Nole played pretty awesome the first set, but David will not go away without a fight. Love his fighting attitude!


jane Says:

Brando, being a fan, fully admit am bound to worry more about Nole’s competition than you might, but I do look at the very real H2Hs, which is only 7-5 between Ferrer/Nole (Rafa’s H2H with Tsonga was/is better, at 6-3, now 7-3). You are rather dimissive of Nole’s competition methinks. :) He’s number one, but not with a bullet or anything. It’s very close between all the top four after all. I wouldn’t say he’s got this title or even this match in the bag. Everything is still to play for.

But the reality of the situation is probably somewhere in between your point of view and mine. ;)


Kimmi Says:

first set nole played well, but ferrer was not there imo. too many errors, he gave the second nreak by double fault etc.

He is up the ante in the second set. i hope nole can continue to play aggressive and maybe finish this in 2.


racquet Says:

It’s probably over now. Nole breaks.


Kimmi Says:

break!


mat4 Says:

Nole finally started thinking in this game, mixing a bit, waiting for Ferrer to take the risks.

Then he had some luck.


jane Says:

Judging by stats, Nole is not hitting loads of first serves (56%) but he is winning 56% of his second serve points; that’s heartening. He’s also winning 77% of first serve points. But he’s still been broken 2 times by the looks of it, so don’t know what to make of it all. Maybe I can find highlights later.


Kimmi Says:

that rally was horrible, just hitting the ball as hard as possible from the baseline until someone misses..

Nole needs to mix it up here..


mat4 Says:

Everybody chokes…


jane Says:

Ack have to goooooo… can’t watch end. Nole why didn’t you hold and serve it out? arrrgh :(


racquet Says:

oh boy. Ferrer is a beast.


Kimmi Says:

ferrer hit a good FH and follows it up to the net. great volley.


mat4 Says:

Nole has to find his serve. And to approach the net the way he did in the first set.


racquet Says:

Nole has to hold now and crank it up in the TB. Ferrer doesn’t look as winded as Djoko. Could be a decisive factor in a 3rd set.


Kimmi Says:

yes!!! tie breaker! nole needs to finish here. c’mon


Kimmi Says:

bad decision from ferrer! nole looking good so far


Kimmi Says:

what a pass! great get..


Kimmi Says:

much better from nole. 5 match points


Kimmi Says:

nole through. it was a great match. ferrer is a tough cookie to crack.


El Flaco Says:

Best tennis of the tournament by far. Too bad that wasn’t the final.


racquet Says:

He cranked it up at the right time. Just like champions do.


chrisJ Says:

Great match…if Novak could always play to that level he showed in the first set it would be absolute bliss!


mat4 Says:

Nole finally found the game he played in the first set, avoiding attrition wars from the baseline.

Kudos to Ferrer. He fought bravely.


Jane Says:

Kimmi you are awesome! Thanks for commentary was following on phone and your input really helps flesh things out.


mat4 Says:

“Kimmi Says:

i feel djokovic is giving ferrer the same ball. he needs to mix it up a little.”

Kimmi, you were quite right. I think that Nole was shocked (I was) by Ferrer’s gets. For a while, he returned everything.


mat4 Says:

Hi, jane. You have missed the best Nole this year.


Wog boy Says:

Uhhhhhhh….uhhhhhhhhh

I am relieved.

Nole, Nole …. noty Nole.

Back to work :)


mat4 Says:

Hi WG.

You meant “naughty”, didn’t you?


Eric Says:

mat4, thanks for those links. Reading the comments is a bit depressing. It’s sad, the lengths people will go in their happily evidence-free conviction that (say) Rafa and Nole and Serena “must” be doping.


mat4 Says:

@Eric:

I have to admit that sometimes, I have suspicions too. But the fact that all the samples are kept for 8 years is something I ignored, and changes a lot of things.

Then, there was a stat, today: Djokovic ran 26 miles in ALL his matches this year so far. So although there were a lot of comments about the physicality of the game today, it is not so much.


Jane Says:

Hi mat4, some of the matches have been later on TV so maybe can still catch it. Happy to hear Nole played well. Sad I missed it.


mat4 Says:

I just hope you will. In the first set, he played like… Federer.


Wog boy Says:

Hi mat4,
Yes, I meant naughty, sorry wog english :)


Kimmi Says:

mat4 – lol nole playing like federer. federer is not in the semi, even him couldn’t play like federer.


skeezerweezer Says:

mat4

Thanks for the links, and yes, it is for every Tennis fan….but……I bet most won’t read it……guess I’m cynical…but hey I did!

Congrats to your man today…and thanks for giving props to little Daveeed! Now there is a guy who puts it all on the court and does it with a true fighting heart, style, class, and humbleness. He deserves more credit…after the top 4…David has for the most part been right there…


Wog boy Says:

Naughty, naughty mat4 , do not compare Nole with Federer !
You are on trouble now:)


skeezerweezer Says:

@kimmi

lol Wish Fed was playing like Nole right now…..then he would still be in the tourney! Wait…oh man that would mean I ‘m knocking Roddick….never mind. No…I take that back…if Fed had Noles’ return game he would have won the day :-)..If…if …if…pffffttt~(@*%$^


mat4 Says:

@Skeezer:

I agree with you about Ferrer. Not only his dedication, but also his behaviour on court is exemplary, and he indeed deserves much more credits than he gets.

@Kimmi:

I was horrified when I saw my post. :-)

But, I meant it. In that first set, I think we saw glimpses of the tennis Nole wants to play, and this kind of tennis is branded Federer.


Sean Randall Says:

The real Nole returns? Impressive performance.


tennisfan Says:

What a performance by Nole today! When he lost his serve at 5-4 and was down 5-6 in the second set, at one moment it looked like Ferrer would get back in the match! But he forgot he was up against Djokovic: When it mattered the most, Nole stepped up and went into another gear where he played his shots more freely and without pressure. He will be tough to beat in the SF for sure!

Novak Djokovic- The Fearless Champion! http://bit.ly/H6CHrw


mat4 Says:

@Sean:

I think that Nole is still a work in progress. But it is clear now what he wants to achieve:

1. Federerlike serve – it worked in the first set: down the T especially;

2. timеly forays to the net and good volleying; he has improved there, playing deep, angled volleys;

3. inside-out forehands from the middle of the baseline to finish the points or approach the net; he didn’t work the way he expected, especially in the second set, but I am convinced that he will soon advancing into the court to play those forehands.

His backhand down-the-line is not working the way it should, and Nole is not moving well enough. Bit let’s not forget that Ferrer is in great form and played excellent tennis.


jane Says:

mat4 I am finally home, have wine and have the second set on my BIG TV. Unfortunately missed the first set due to obligations and must-needs-stop for wine. :)


jane Says:

Agree with all, and skeezer will echo you – Ferrer is great and deserves full props. He’s a fighter, sweet, humble, consistent. He is a force on both hard courts and clay, having gone to semis at both hard court slams I believe, for sure the QFs at the USO. It’s a player like that (or perhaps Davy or Nalby) that you’d just love to see win a slam. I sure would anyhow.

Love Nole in that shiny black, looks liquid and fast.


jane Says:

Oh yeah, nice. Serve up the T and inside-out forehand. Smokin.


mat4 Says:

@jane:

You missed Nole’s improved volleying. The second game in the second set was crucial, and almost changed the match. Nole won’t venture to the net until the tie break.

Also, in the first set: Ferrer didn’t return a first serve (one, perhaps). But you can’t play extended rallies then serve on the line.


mat4 Says:

Ferrer played the semi of the USO in 2007. He won against Rafa in the QF.


mat4 Says:

Finally, about the H2H: Nole lost only 2 times against Ferrer since 2006, once in 2007, then last year.


mat4 Says:

The stats of the first set are clear:

Djokovic: aces: 4, df – none; first serve 58%; first serves won 91% (10 of 11); second serve points won 75% (6 of 8); total points won: 30 of 46 (65%).


jane Says:

mat4, I didn’t realize that most of Nole’s losses to Ferrer came earlier. Of course the WTF rout was kind of clear in my mind, and then also the AO match wasn’t as straightforward at the scores looked.

These two are playing lights out right now, it’s 5 all 15 all second set on Daveed’s serve. A couple amazing points.


Sean Randall Says:

Mat4, no question, Novak had a great performance tonight. If he plays like that no one will beat him. His best is now better than everyone else’s.


jane Says:

Sean, Freudian slip? :)


skeezerweezer Says:

Jane…

You will enjoy the match….it was very entertaining :)

and with wine it is even better..;-)

mat4

you and I talked about this before….re; noel’s room for improvement…most notably his serve and transition game. Agreed his volley technique looked awesome AND improved. Hope he shows more of that stuff as time goes by. When I saw him first hand practicing last year, he stood at the service line with his practice partner on the other side ( service line ) and just spent 15 hard minutes drilling volleys at each other…….what did it show me? He wants/needs to improve in that area…and his technique tonight showed it. If he gets his serve and transition game going….he’ll get a ton of slams!!


Steve 27 Says:

Ferrer played the semi of the USO in 2007. He won against Rafa in the QF.

Actually was in 4 round. If I don’t wrong the only defeat when he took the first set in grand slam match for Nadal.


Roger Federer Fan Says:

Wog boy Says:
Naughty, naughty mat4 , do not compare Nole with Federer !
You are on trouble now:)

March 29th, 2012 at 9:57 pm

Yes, dont go there.

We fedfans are showing mercy and support for Nole temporarily for a different purpose.
We will not tolerate if he gets closer to double digit slams.


Wog boy Says:

It should say “in trouble” but you got it.

Can I have a wild guess why Fedfans are with Nole temporarily?

I am on my way home now, I stoped by Fish Market, got some Sydney rock oysters and Queensland tiger prawns, wine is in the fridge and I will do what Skeezer told Jane to do,sit back and relax, enjoy afternnoon watching #1, judging by your comments it was great game. Live score is to
stressful:)
Cheers


Wog boy Says:

Just finish watching,
Good on you Nole, thank you David for great game.


Brando Says:

@jane: lol, it’s fine and I understand re being a worrisome fan. BUT your guy is still the man to beat- I think even federer said so after his IW win. And rafa/ andy don’t seem ready to make the step up in this tourny IMHO.


Brando Says:

@wog boy: lol, fedfans like nole atm for the obvious reason- he can stop rafa from beating rogers records. However, as soon as nole becomes a REAL threat to federer’s records- expect the love or the honeymoon period to be over! Right now it suits them to pro djokovic, so i say just enjoy it before things get ugly:-)


alison hodge Says:

brando yeah dead right but 1st nole has to threaten rafas legacy,before he starts on feds legacy,and also rely on rafa no longer threatening feds legacy,even though its possible that he still might,if he can threaten both fed and rafas legacys then so be it,then its possible that rafa fans could be cheering for murray,delpo or someone else,to stop nole catching rafas records lol.


Brando Says:

@Alison: lol, the hypocrisy of ALL fans in order to protect the standing of their favs truly knows no limits! Go monaco:-)

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