Uncle Toni agreed with the sentiment that Rafael Nadal didn’t deserve to beat Kei Nishikori and win the Madrid Masters 1000 title. Nadal had lost the first set and was a break down in the second at 43 when Nishikori’s back flared up.
Nadal didn’t lose another game thereafter and took the match when Nishikori retired at 30 in the third.
“We did not deserve to win. The other (Nishikori) yes, because he played better all the time. An unfair victory and we’ve been very lucky,” said Toni Nadal after the match via Google translation.
“Rafa was very nervous,” he said. “It has been tensioned and Nishikori has been a very good level.”
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