I defeated Novak Djokovic, and Roger Federer is up next, Rafael Nadal recalled.

registers a point.

After Rafa’s forehand winner in the fifth game, Novak blew a game point and lost his composure. In game six, the Spaniard avoided a break point to finally catch the foe and tie the match at 3-3.

In Hamburg 2008, Rafael Nadal competed against Novak Djokovic and Roger Federer.

In game nine, Nadal broke at love to establish a 5-4 lead and serve the set.

Djokovic maintained composure and broke at 15 to prolong the struggle. In game 11, Nadal broke once more and won the first game with a forehand at 6-5 after 72 minutes. In the next set, Novak took advantage of the fourth break opportunity to go 4-2 up after saving two break chances at 2-2 in the previous set.

At 5-2, the Serb once more intercepted the opponent’s serve to win the set and earn a significant advantage going into the decider. With a backhand crosscourt winner in game two and two break opportunities saved in game one, Nadal broke the tie early and found a comfortable rhythm.

In the fourth game, Djokovic had two more chances to break, but he was unable to do so. Nadal then stole his serve at 4-2 to extend his lead. Eight doubles and three break chances for Novak were seen in the ninth game. They were rejected by Rafa, who also saved the fifth match point to win the match and advance to the championship match against Roger Federer, another fierce adversary.

“It was an excellent game. Let’s see how I feel tomorrow because I’m currently a little worn out. If I want to have a chance of defeating her, I must be completely

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I defeated Novak Djokovic, and Roger Federer is up next, Rafael Nadal recalled.

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