Lukas Rosol Didn’t Beat Rafael Nadal, But He Did Knock Over One Of His Water Bottles! [Video]
by Staff | June 26th, 2014, 2:04 pm
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The much anticipated rematch between Rafael Nadal and Lukas Rosol went the way of the Spaniard today who gained revenge with a 4-6, 7-6, 6-4, 6-4 win in the second round of Wimbledon.

The match wasn’t all for not as Rosol did the unthinkable by knocking over one of Nadal’s water bottles on a changeover.

Here’s the video:


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69 Comments for Lukas Rosol Didn’t Beat Rafael Nadal, But He Did Knock Over One Of His Water Bottles! [Video]

Humble Rafa Says:

I didn’t hate Rosol, the medicine man, when he beat me at Wimbledon. But knocking over water bottles, that’s way over the top.

Totally irresponsible, classless behavior.


Barbara Ball Says:

Rosol is a big time jerk. Hate him. Lacks class.


Lillian Says:

Barbara,

If Rosol lacks class, what can I say for Nadal with his pulling on his shorts…….please…..


Ruby Says:

Lillian,

You can say he has an eccentric tic. That has nothing to do with how he treats other people . . .


Lillian Says:

Ruby,
the word “CLASS” defines the behaviour of the person, the way they act and interact with other people,some people have it, some don’t, and if what Nadal does in front of millions of people pulling his undies from his a.. is considered a class, then I rest my case.
Sorry, he does have a disorder, but that is something that should be treated, I got sick of watching him prior to his serve, as great tennis player that he is, it just turnes me off……

Sorry, I m being honest,


Polo Says:

That’s not nice, Rosol. That’s invasion of somebody else’s personal property.


peep Says:

Rosol-what an imp knocking the bottle over.


Okiegal Says:

Lillian……..ever had a wedgie? Classy or not….those things are annoying!! LOL


SG1 Says:

It’s one thing to have mannerisms (…as annoying as they are), quite another to meddle with other people’s stuff.

Have to admit though…it’s damned funny. I wonder if Rosol had this planned out from the get go. Doesn’t seem wise to poke the bear (…or the bull) in this case. If you’re not careful, you get the horns as Rosol did today.


Okiegal Says:

Totally grade school….I thought Rosol must have had Mexican jumping beans for lunch…..he was expending lots of energy. I think he might have been trying to annoy Rafa by his movement back and forth when Rafa was serving. He was definitely active waiting on the serve…..but to no avail this time!
Rafa got r done!!


skeezer Says:

Oh I see now Rosol is not cool?
But its acceptable to bump into someone during the changeover.LMAO.
#kettleblack


jane Says:

did nadal take a toilet break or something today and then rosol complained? or was it for a time violation? i didn’t see the match.


Polo Says:

Neither is acceptable, skeezer.


skeezer Says:

“Neither is acceptable, skeezer.”
Please let the rafafanatics know. Apparently they have STM.


Gregoire Gentil Says:

Lukas, you didn’t get it right: you should have turned the bottle 90 degrees. This is what would have screwed Rafa mind!


Ruby Says:

To each her own, Lillian. If it disturbs your peace of mind so deeply, why do you watch then? I’m not that concerned myself with elegant manners — I find them over-rated and I’m far more concerned about whether someone’s a decent and loyal human being — but it takes all kinds to make a world, even a tennis world.


Okiegal Says:

“Neither is acceptable”……..I agree with that.

@Jane 8:41

It was Lucas time to serve after the changeover. Rafa took his time getting out there, as always, did the towel thing and Rosol complained to the umpire that he should have got a warning. He insinuated if it been someone else, they would have been warned. That is what the commies said Rosol said. This talk with the umpire took place mid court. The irony of it all……that conversation probably took another 25 or 30 seconds. I think Lucas game faltered a bit after that…..lost some concentration. It’s in the control of the official and I have to agree he should have been warned……but I want to know when the count actually starts. Nobody seems to know that for sure. I think each official has their own rule of thumb they go by.


Okiegal Says:

@Skeezer @9:12

I’m glad you didn’t say Rafa fans have STD….LOL
BTW what is STM anyway??

#inquiringmindswant2no


Okiegal Says:

@Skeezer

I think I figured it out on my own……short term memory. It came to me all at once……just like when the farmer found his cow! LOL I started to bring up the fact that Lucas was probably getting back at Rafa for the shoulder bump, but didn’t want to rile up my fellow Rafa fans……but knew I could depend on you to do it for me!!


metan Says:

Okiegal,
This guy is trouble maker. In 2012 he said something bad that was caused the infamous shoulder bump by Rafa which I thought Rafa action was uncool. And last night match , his mouth didn’t work as What he expected as I guess Rafa has learn his lesson. .then his hand did the talking.
He is really trouble maker. I hate him honestly, Great that Rafa kicked him out of the tour.
VAMOS, Rafa, STAY COOL PLEASE , ALL THE TIME DURING YOUR MATCHES.


jane Says:

apparently toni leapt out of his seat when rosol double faulted in the second set and yelled “vamos” and then afterwards he called rosol “unprofessional.”

http://www.houstonchronicle.com/sports/article/Wimbledon-Nadal-gets-revenge-on-way-to-third-5583258.php


jane Says:

thanks okiegal. i didn’t see the match so have been reading about that and some of the others.


Okiegal Says:

@Metan

What I remember about that incident was that Rafa said something to the umpire at changeover about him making noises when he was getting ready to serve….I think a commentator later said something about spitting. I don’t know if he was hacking up spit or what, but he did spit on the court. I have watched it on you tube and all I could understand Rafa saying was this: “Can he do this when I am getting ready to serve?” That was about all I could understand. It was also said that he was moving around a lot as Rafa was about to serve…..and that was the complaint. I would rather think it was about Lucas excessive movements….but never knew for sure. None the less, Rafa was out of sorts for more reasons than one….we all know what they were.


roy Says:

it was quite well done, picked his moment. made sure rafa had his back turned. it was probably quite thrilling for him.

it shows that rosol is very superstitious himself.
a tiny part of him believed if he destroyed the bottle alignment, he could destroy the source of rafa’s power.

but he was wrong. those are decoy bottles. the real bottles of power are at toni’s feet.


Okiegal Says:

@Jane

You know the commies love to stay on top of the little squabbles…..so I am more or less repeating what they said. Some of it was audible for the listening audience and it definitely had to do with time violation. They did show Uncle Tony when he jumped up and was vamosing…..so not sure about the “real” story…..Thanks for the link, I will check it out.


kjb Says:

@Roy 11:45

Great post.


Michael Says:

Well, the high jump with the fist pump on completion of this match which went in favour of Rafa said it all. It only goes to say as to how much Rafa valued this victory over Rosol. It is not normally you see Rafa’s camp erupt in celebrations over a second round victory which is almost considered as given considering Rafa’s incredible consistency. Tony just couldn’t settle in his chair when Rosol led by a set and by a break in the second. Much to Rafa’s discomfiture, Rosol was outplaying him in the first and most part of the second set. It looked almost over then when Rosol led by a break in the second. But all of a sudden, the inevitable happened and Rosol’s service deserted him which Rafa took advantage and evened the match. Even in the tie break, Rosol was up by a break. But the tenacity of Rafa made all the big difference between victory and defeat in the end. Once Rafa won that second set in the tie breaker, he stamped his class over Rosol and forced to cow him down. It must also be said that in the third and fourth sets, Rosol’s famed boom boom service deserted him which made things slightly easier for Rafa. All in all, it was a highly entertaining and high quality match and surprisingly Rosol got the better of Rafa in some of the rallies. But Rafa survives to live another day. Once Rafa survives the first week, then he would be totally a different player in the second week in the famed Grass Courts.


queen Says:

Ha ha what a high school joke. Too bad this has been done before.


Voicemale1 Says:

So. Rosol knocks over Nadal’s water bottle. Nadal knocks Rosol out of Wimbledon. I’d say Nadal got the better of the knocking going on out there.


C!P! Says:

@Lilian
STOP looking at Nadal’s butt then !
those who are concerned with tennis matters dont see or dont pay attention to these minor/insignificant details


jane Says:

michael, thanks for the clear summary.


gonzalowski Says:

roy,
you totally lack class with your comment… simply accept Rafa is better than your idol
23-10


Michael Says:

No mention Jane.


Joe Says:

Rosol is a prick!


preethi Says:

Most inhuman player ever seen lukasrosol


Jean Says:

Lillian

You clearly have never known anyone with OCD. These “mannerisms” are not things they WANT to do – they are things they HAVE to do. You insinuate that because of this they lack class. You are ignorant. These things he does do not affect anyone else like a class-less Rosol’s actions upon OTHER PEOPLE’S belongings do. Glad your life is perfect.


Josh Says:

I love it! Rosol knocks over Rafa’s water bottle to get an edge? Is this guy for real? There’s a reason nobody ever knows who this guy is outside of Wimbledon, and apparently beating Nadal once. In the end, the match turned out the way it did, because Nadal is better than Rosol, and will always be. Rosol needs to work on his game, more than trying tactics like this if he EVER wants to be on the same level as Nadal.


SG1 Says:

Sorry Jean. Nadal’s antics are not an OCD habit. Watch him off the tennis court. There isn’t any butt picking or eyebrow fixing or crotch grabbing. These are silly mannerisms that are part of his point rituals on the tennis court. I’m a Rafa fan and even I know that all these shenanigans are contrived. Though I have to admit, it’s hysterical to watch.


jane Says:

SG1, I tend to think they are more habit/ritual than OCD as well. Otherwise, he’d be stepping over sidewalk lines, and wiping his brows and so forth in interviews. It’s just that Nadal has done these things a certain way for a very long time and he is in the habit of them. I think, though, that they’ve gotten worse. He touches 5 places before he serves now. During the French Open USA today posted a catalogue of all the various steps:

http://ftw.usatoday.com/2014/06/rafael-nadal-ritual-tic-pick-water-bottles


Jean Says:

Sorry SG1 but his OCD diagnosis is well documented by both his uncle as well as numerous psychologists who have watched him and warned fans and commentators alike not trivialize his mannersims. This does harm to those suffering from this disease. It is very real. I live with a child who suffers from this and peoplpe who constantly make fun of these “tics, habits, etc” are uneducated at best and cruel at worst. Why is it so difficult to accept that a successful professional athlete suffers from a mental disorder??


Patson Says:

@Jean

LOL


Patson Says:

@Jean

The reason for the LOL is a sense of sarcasm that I got from your post. Pardon me if you truly truly meant it.


Patson Says:

@SG1

True. I too think it’s not a mental disorder or anything. Just like anybody else, like Andy starts talking to himself and shouting, it’s a habit that he has had since he was a child. Just like people go on through their lives picking their nose irrespective of knowing when not to do it, simply because it’s a habit they developed when they were young.


Jean Says:

@Patson – no sarcasm intended. Thanks for proving my point – uneducated, ignorant AND cruel. If you do not have experience dealing with this issue you should not comment. If you do have experience – I sympathize for the poor person/people in your life who you clearly have no empathy for.

END


Okiegal Says:

All that can say about Rafa and his quirks…..He is a very successful player and apparently his rituals keep him focused. I read his book and he explained all that. I believe he is ODC to a point, because even outside of tennis he has some odd notions. He is my fav and I may be a little biased about his habits. He has done it his whole career and to quit cold turkey, his game will suffer. As his fan do I think he should keep everyone waiting? No I don’t and I believe the officials could and should control that….but as long as he gets away with it he will continue…..just like time between points.


madmax Says:

I think things need to be put into perspective here. Rosol was clearly getting revenge, childish though it may have been, for Rafa’s unsportsmanlike behaviour when he deliberately bumped into him at Wimbledon 2012. Now was Rosol’s time to return the favour.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7FnBi__R4Fs

So before those of you cast your remarks on Rosol, perhaps you should take this on board.


madmax Says:

Jean Says:
@Patson – no sarcasm intended. Thanks for proving my point – uneducated, ignorant AND cruel. If you do not have experience dealing with this issue you should not comment. If you do have experience – I sympathize for the poor person/people in your life who you clearly have no empathy for.

END

June 27th, 2014 at 1:24 pm

Chill out Jean.


Patson Says:

@Jean

I apologize for the comment. Just a request, please don’t judge people too quickly. It’s not a good trait, and I’ll try to show more empathy.


mem Says:

madmax,

I see you are back in town full of rage and fury as usual. let me guess, rafa nadal has pulled your tail and you are barking.

perhaps, you should calm down and try very hard to go get through a tournament without blaming rafa nadal for not rolling over for roger Federer to step on like he does some of these other flunky players. you are forever consummed with hatred toward nadal because he came on this tour and dominated roger federer and you can’t accept it. that’s the bottom line; that is what this is really about. that’s the root of your obsession and constant backhanded swipes at nadal.

you know what you can do with your twisted opinions about rosol, trying to depict him as a victim. rafa hasn’t done one thing to that devil. you and rosol are liars! why would nadal wanna bump him? he has no reason to bump him purposely. if he bumped him it was done inadvertently. I don’t need video proof. im not closed minded like you and some others. I understand that in sports there can be more than one reason behind any situation; sometimes players brush against each other in passing. this “so-called bumping” is a fabrication that rosol concocted during his 15 minutes of fame. nadal has lost matches before to players who weren’t as good as rosol. did he bump them? anybody who knows nadal knows that he handles his business with his racquet. he doesn’t get involve in these petty, unprofessional, childish games. rosol is an evil, disrespectful wannabe. if you want to discuss unsportsmanlike behavior, start by discussing how rosol behaved during the match. jumping up and down; moving from side to side, mumbling when rafa attempted to serve to provoke and distract. he behaved in the same classless manner in 2012. did you call him out for his unsportsmanlike behavior? let’s talk about that. you might want to revisit the video of that match.

I get so sick of your type; cackling like hens over any and everything. this is a professional competition! nadal is suppose to try to win every match against whomever is across the net. that’s what athletes do. if you dislike him or his tennis then you have a choice to watch whomever you choose. people like you are dragging tennis down.

since you are a fed fanatic, why don’t you expend your energies talking about the perfect roger federer, the man who is the greatest sportsman of all time in your mind; the player who does everything right in your mind. maybe then you wouldn’t stay so stressed out with bitterness and resentment toward nadal all the timeeeeeeeeeee.


Borninthedesert Says:

It seems that the upcoming sf, ( if that happen) is making some people nervous.
Please, we want another Fedal on Grass, the last chapter to a legendary rivalry.
PD: And another one in the furious and exciting New York!


Elizabeth Howard Says:

Lillian, Rafael Nadal is one class man. If you do not like him why do you watch? Get your hands on the Roland Garros magazine 2014, there is an article on Nadal where 5/6 members of staff are interviewed re Nadal. All said that he is the most respectful,best mannered and courteous player of all. I met him and he is one impressive young man, gentle, calm and drop dead gorgeous. His tics on court are a ritual nothing more so switch off or get over yourself. as for Rosel knocking over the bottles, funny as it did not bother Rafael.


Elizabeth Howard Says:

Jean what utter rubbish you talk with not a word of truth or evidence to back up your statements. Rafael Nadal does not have a disorder and neither his uncle or psychologists have made such statements. Do not try and damage people by your twisted attitude. Perhaps you should consult a psychologist!!!


Giles Says:

@mem. Excellent post.
These fed fanatics have been flaunting the video of Rafa supposedly deliberately bumping Rosol in 2012. It was, as you say, completely inadvertent. It happens to most people, eg, you are walking along, your mind is a million miles away and next thing you have bumped into someone or something.
Rafa apologised to the scumbag 3 times. If it was deliberate why bother apologising? To conclude, Rafa is not a hooligan.
Vamos Rafa!


Giles Says:

@madmax. I don’t think your man was very happy that Rafa beat Rosol. In fact I think he was rather disappointed with the result. Remember 2012 when Rafa was beaten by the scumbag that is Rasshole? Your man admitted to laughing for 10 minutes. Yes your man is very classy indeed! NOT!


Caroline Says:

@Elizabeth Howard are you being serious? All you have to do is google Rafael Nadal OCD. I have OCD and as I write i have been off work for five weeks. Am on prozac and am waiting for behaviour therapy. Have you never seen Nadal walk on the courts missing all the lines or putting his right foot first? Have you not heard that in the changing room he put his shirt on and took it off over and over? These are all compulsions associated with OCD. Obsessions can be checking or they can be unwanted distressing thoughts that the person can’t stop. The compulsion is done to try and lower the anxiety and stop the bad thing from happening. It is exhausting. OCD has a brain chemistry similar to schizophrenia and brain scans show the difference in brain activity in people with OCD. According to studies 5 to 25% of people with OCD have attempted suicide. The World Health Organisation has it in it’s top ten of most debilitating illnesses which included any illness not just mental. If people like David Beckham are well documented to suffer from OCD why are people still arguing about whether or not Rafael Nadal has it? Would you be debating whether a para athlete had a disability? Usually people debate mental illness because they can’t see the symptoms as they are often internal and those with OCD try to hide their symptoms. With Rafa what you are seeing are the symptoms and yet people are still debating whether he has an illness or not.


Okiegal Says:

Rafa has lots of odd quirks off the tennis courts as well, yeah, he is definitely OCD. Caroline so sorry you suffer with this. My son started having PVCS (premature ventricular contractions of the heart). Started having anxiety attacks….I thought he was going to have a nervous breakdown. I’m not saying you or Rafa would ever be on the verge of that…..just saying these things can work on you mentally and the anxiety gets a whole lot worse. I also don’t think there is not a more nervous player than Rafa…..and he admits to that…..therefore anxiety comes into play……not saying other players don’t get nervous too……but might be worse for Rafa being OCD. I know TXERS for the most part will say this is a bogus comment.


madmax Says:

mem Says:
madmax,

I see you are back in town full of rage and fury as usual. let me guess, rafa nadal has pulled your tail and you are barking.

perhaps, you should calm down and try very hard to go get through a tournament without blaming rafa nadal for not rolling over for roger Federer to step on like he does some of these other flunky players. you are forever consummed with hatred toward nadal because he came on this tour and dominated roger federer and you can’t accept it. that’s the bottom line; that is what this is really about. that’s the root of your obsession and constant backhanded swipes at nadal.

you know what you can do with your twisted opinions about rosol, trying to depict him as a victim. rafa hasn’t done one thing to that devil. you and rosol are liars! why would nadal wanna bump him? he has no reason to bump him purposely. if he bumped him it was done inadvertently. I don’t need video proof. im not closed minded like you and some others. I understand that in sports there can be more than one reason behind any situation; sometimes players brush against each other in passing. this “so-called bumping” is a fabrication that rosol concocted during his 15 minutes of fame. nadal has lost matches before to players who weren’t as good as rosol. did he bump them? anybody who knows nadal knows that he handles his business with his racquet. he doesn’t get involve in these petty, unprofessional, childish games. rosol is an evil, disrespectful wannabe. if you want to discuss unsportsmanlike behavior, start by discussing how rosol behaved during the match. jumping up and down; moving from side to side, mumbling when rafa attempted to serve to provoke and distract. he behaved in the same classless manner in 2012. did you call him out for his unsportsmanlike behavior? let’s talk about that. you might want to revisit the video of that match.

I get so sick of your type; cackling like hens over any and everything. this is a professional competition! nadal is suppose to try to win every match against whomever is across the net. that’s what athletes do. if you dislike him or his tennis then you have a choice to watch whomever you choose. people like you are dragging tennis down.

since you are a fed fanatic, why don’t you expend your energies talking about the perfect roger federer, the man who is the greatest sportsman of all time in your mind; the player who does everything right in your mind. maybe then you wouldn’t stay so stressed out with bitterness and resentment toward nadal all the timeeeeeeeeeee.

June 27th, 2014 at 7:53 pm

Chill out mem. Really, do try to enjoy the tennis. Also, don’t point the finger on Rosol who clearly was trying to get revenge for 2 years previously when bullying tactic was delivered to him. Everyone was shocked at that. I got tired after your second line, so I guess nothing was complimentary. Take it easier, I would say.

No bitterness. Just fact.


Polo Says:

I just watched that “Nadal bumps Rosol” video and it made me laugh. It was actually Nadal brushing against Rosol’s towel as he passed by. Rosol did not even flinch or look at Nadal which would have been a natural reaction when someone bumps into you. No parts of their bodies touched. This bump incident is no more than a myth.


Giles Says:

Polo. At last someone with good eyesight. Many thanx.


Caroline Says:

@Okiegal thanks and hope your son gets better


Okiegal Says:

@Caroline

You are so welcome. My son is a lot better. He has learned that he is not going to have a heart attack when his heartbeat gets out of whack…he has learned to deal with it…..thank goodness. It was a very low point for me. We are blessed that he is better. Thanks again!


madmax Says:

Polo Says:
I just watched that “Nadal bumps Rosol” video and it made me laugh. It was actually Nadal brushing against Rosol’s towel as he passed by. Rosol did not even flinch or look at Nadal which would have been a natural reaction when someone bumps into you. No parts of their bodies touched. This bump incident is no more than a myth.

June 29th, 2014 at 11:43 am

Polo!

You cannot be serious!

The commentators were talking about it for weeks afterwards, the papers as well! Nice try though.

No one is perfect, not Roger, not Rafa, not Novak, not Murray. However, I do think you need to go to specsavers my friend.

giles, for once, admit that whoever says anything remotely against rafa, your knickers just get twistier and twistier.


madmax Says:

Like I said, very childish when things like this happen, bumps, grumps, knocking off bottles, part of the male bravado, the male dominance, the male sports psyche. I get it.

I have nothing against Rafa. I think it more likely than not that he will win Wimbledon, but I don’t like his tactics or his style.

Each to their own.


Giles Says:

madmax. You don’t like Rafa’s tactics or style. Guess what? I don’t like Fed’s tactics or style either.


ranne Says:

Hi…I’m 81 years old and I LOVE tennis. Surely you can find someone you like to watch. If you don’t like a certain match or player, turn the TV off and get on with your bucket list! There will be other matches.


madmax Says:

Good for you Giles!

I think that both Rafa and Novak have been tested more than Roger so far. However, Rafa, as he is a slow starter on grass, but then starts to find his rhythm. I saw the Novak match yesterday against Tsonga and I think that he will be a hard one to beat. The SFs there between Novak and Murray (likely) will be tough, for both players.

As a federer fan, always I get nervous when Roger plays now, but I feel quietly confident this time around. I am working on the fact that his confidence seems higher than last year, he seems to have put in more practice in his training regime and the love for the game is still there in droves.

Regarding Fed’s style, well, it’s quite a beautiful one to watch, the best I would say. He doesn’t use tactics to win matches either.

What is interesting about his recent comments, were taken on board by the ATP committee and at least 6 other players agreed with him.

Looks like a clock will be the eventual answer. Sooner rather than later.

http://sports.nationalpost.com/2014/06/30/roger-federer-wimbledon-players-frustrated-by-point-delays-talk-shot-clock-solution/


Polo Says:

I just watched Uncle Tony’s interview with Wilander (very good commentator) and he said he was twice happy when Nadal beat Rosol because 1. Nadal beat somebody who beat him before at the same venue and 2. he beat somebody he does not like because he does not play “correct” (he meant “fairly” because he said Rosol makes a grunting sound while Nadal serves). He said Nadal does not play well at Wimbledon in the first weak because it is grass but plays much better in the second weak because by then, the surface becomes clay.


Polo Says:

not “weak” but “week”.


skeezer Says:

He does not play fairly? ROTFL!
What does he think he is doing with his nephew, unfairly giving instruction from the sidelines?
What a piece of work.


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