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الميتادور الاسبانى رافائيل نادال Rafael Nadal الماتادور

November 7, 2019


After his surprise defeat at Roland Garros Nadal withdrew from the AEGON Championships It was confirmed that Nadal was suffering from tendinitis in both of his knees On June Nadal withdrew from the Wimbledon Championship citing his recurring knee injury He was the first champion not to defend the title since Goran Ivanišević in Roger Federer went on to win the title and Nadal consequently dropped back to world No on July Nadal later announced his withdrawal from the Davis Cup

On August Nadal’s uncle Toni Nadal confirmed that Nadal would return to play at the Rogers Cup in Montreal There in his first tournament since Roland Garros Nadal lost in the quarterfinals to Juan Martín del Potro With this loss he relinquished the No spot to Andy Murray on August ranking outside the top two for the first time since July Rafael Nadal
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Current ranking No August Rafael Rafa Nadal Parera Catalan: rəfəˈɛɫ nəˈðaɫ pəˈɾeɾə Spanish: rafaˈel naˈðal paˈɾeɾa ; born June is a Spanish professional tennis player currently ranked world No in men’s singles tennis by the Association of Tennis Professionals ATP Known as The King of Clay a he is widely regarded as the greatest clay-court player in history b His evolution into an all-court threat has established him as one of the greatest tennis players of all time c Nadal has won Grand Slam singles titles ATP World Tour Masters titles ATP World Tour tournaments and the Olympic gold medal in singles In majors Nadal has won a record French Open titles three US Open titles two Wimbledon titles and one Australian Open title He was also a member of the winning Spain Davis Cup team in and In he became the seventh male player in history and youngest of five in the Open Era to achieve the Career Grand Slam at age He is the second male player after Andre Agassi to complete the singles Career Golden Slam In Nadal was named the Laureus World Sportsman of the Year Nadal is one of two male players who have won at least two Grand Slam titles on three different surfaces—hard court grass and clay At the French Open he became the first male to win at least one Grand Slam tournament for ten consecutive years By winning the French Open Nadal became the only male player to win a single Grand Slam tournament times Nadal vs Federer
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Nadal vs Wawrinka Rafael Nadal was born in Manacor Balearic Islands Spain His father Sebastián Nadal is a businessman who owns an insurance company and a glass and window company Vidres Mallorca and manages his own restaurant Sa Punta His mother is Ana María Parera a housewife He has a younger sister named María Isabel His uncle Miguel Ángel Nadal is a retired professional footballer who played for RCD Mallorca FC Barcelona and the Spanish national team Nadal supports football clubs Real Madrid and RCD Mallorca Recognizing that Nadal had a natural talent for tennis another uncle Toni Nadal a former professional tennis player introduced him to tennis when he was three At age eight Nadal won an under- regional tennis championship at a time when he was also a promising football player This made Toni Nadal intensify training and at that time he encouraged Nadal to play left-handed for a natural advantage on the tennis court as he noticed Nadal played forehand shots with two hands This may be due to the fact he is ambidextrous playing tennis with his left hand and writing with his right

When Nadal was he won the Spanish and European tennis titles in his age group and was playing tennis and football all the time Nadal’s father made him choose between football and tennis so that his school work would not deteriorate entirely Nadal said: I chose tennis Football had to stop straight away When he was the Spanish tennis federation requested that he leave Mallorca and move to Barcelona to continue his tennis training Nadal’s family turned down this request partly because they feared it would hurt his education but also because Toni said that I don’t want to believe that you have to go to America or other places to be a good athlete You can do it from your home The decision to stay home meant that Nadal received less financial support from the federation; instead Nadal’s father covered the costs In May he defeated former Grand Slam tournament champion Pat Cash in a clay-court exhibition match Nadal turned professional at the age of and participated in two events on the ITF junior circuit In at the age of Nadal reached the semifinals of the Boys’ Singles tournament at Wimbledon in his first ITF junior event In the same year he helped Spain defeat the US in the final of the Junior Davis Cup in his second and final appearance on the ITF junior circuit In he won the ATP Newcomer of the Year Award By the age of he beat Roger Federer the first time they played and became the youngest man to reach the third round at Wimbledon since Boris Becker At Nadal won the French Open the first time he played it a feat not accomplished in Paris for more than years He eventually won it the first four times he played at Roland Garros Early in his career Nadal became known for his habit of biting the trophies he won Rafael Nadal singles-ranking history chart

Singles ranking composite history chart Roger Federer Rafael Nadal Novak Djokovic

On April at years and months the world No Nadal won his first ATP match defeating Ramón Delgado and became the ninth player in the Open Era to do so before the age of The following year Nadal won two Challenger titles and finished the year in the top At his Wimbledon debut in Nadal became the youngest man to reach the third round since Boris Becker in Nadal reached the third round of the Australian Open where he lost in three sets against Australian Lleyton Hewitt Interestingly had he won he would have faced Roger Federer in the next round Later that year Nadal played his first match against world No Roger Federer at the Miami Masters and won in straight sets before losing to Fernando González in the fourth round He was one of the six players who defeated Federer that year along with Tim Henman Albert Costa Gustavo Kuerten Dominik Hrbatý and Tomáš Berdych He missed most of the clay court season including the French Open because of a stress fracture in his left ankle Nadal at years and six months became the youngest player to register a singles victory in a Davis Cup final for a winning nation By beating world No Andy Roddick he helped Spain clinch the title over the United States in a win He finished the year ranked world No Main article: Rafael Nadal tennis season
At the Australian Open Nadal lost in the fourth round to eventual runner-up Lleyton Hewitt Two months later Nadal reached the final of the Miami Masters and despite being two points from a straight-sets victory he was defeated in five sets by world No Roger Federer Both performances were considered to be breakthroughs for Nadal He then dominated the spring clay court season He won consecutive singles matches which broke Andre Agassi’s Open Era record of consecutive match wins for a male teenager Nadal won the Torneo Conde de Godó in Barcelona and beat French Open runner-up Guillermo Coria in the finals of the Monte Carlo Masters and the Rome Masters These victories raised his ranking to world No and made him one of the favorites at his career-first French Open On his th birthday Nadal defeated Federer in the French Open semifinals being one of only four players who defeated the top-seeded player that year along with Marat Safin Richard Gasquet and David Nalbandian Two days later he defeated Mariano Puerta in the final becoming the second male player after Mats Wilander to win the French Open on his first attempt He also became the first teenager to win a Grand Slam singles title since Pete Sampras won the US Open at age Winning the French Open improved Nadal’s ranking to world No Three days after his victory in Paris Nadal’s -match winning streak was snapped in the first round of the grass court Gerry Weber Open in Halle Germany where he lost to the German Alexander Waske He then lost in the second round of Wimbledon to Gilles Müller of Luxembourg

Immediately after Wimbledon Nadal won consecutive matches and three consecutive tournaments bringing his ranking to world No on July Nadal started his North American summer hard-court season by defeating Agassi in the final of the Canada Masters but lost in the first round of the Cincinnati Masters Nadal was seeded second at the US Open where he was upset in the third round by world No James Blake in four sets

Both Nadal and Federer won eleven singles titles and four ATP Masters Series titles in Nadal broke Mats Wilander’s previous teenage record of nine in Nine of Nadal’s titles were on clay and the remainder were on hard courts Nadal won matches second only to Federer’s Nadal won the Golden Bagel Award for with eleven sets during the year Also he earned the highest year-end ranking ever by a Spaniard and the ATP Most Improved Player of the Year award Main article: Rafael Nadal tennis season
Nadal missed the Australian Open because of a foot injury In February he lost in the semifinals of the first tournament he played the Open tournament in Marseille France Two weeks later he handed Roger Federer his first loss of the year in the final of the Dubai Duty Free Men’s Open in Rafael Nadal and Andy Murray were the only two men who defeated Federer To complete the spring hard-court season Nadal was upset in the semifinals of the Pacific Life Open in Indian Wells California by James Blake and was upset in the second round of the Miami Masters On European clay Nadal won all four tournaments he entered and consecutive matches He defeated Federer in the final of the Masters Series Monte Carlo in four sets The following week he defeated Tommy Robredo in the final of the Open Sabadell Atlántico tournament in Barcelona After a one-week break Nadal won the Masters Series Internazionali BNL d’Italia in Rome defeating Federer in a fifth-set tiebreaker in the final after saving two match points and equaling Björn Borg’s tally of ATP titles won as a teenager Nadal broke Argentinian Guillermo Vilas’s -year male record of consecutive clay-court match victories by winning his first round match at the French Open Vilas presented Nadal with a trophy but commented later that Nadal’s feat was less impressive than his own because Nadal’s winning streak covered two years and was accomplished by adding easy tournaments to his schedule Nadal went on to play Federer in the final of the French Open The first two sets of the match were hardly competitive as the rivals traded sets Nadal won the third set easily and served for the match in the fourth set before Federer broke him and forced a tiebreaker Nadal won the tiebreaker and became the first player to defeat Federer in a Grand Slam tournament final Nadal injured his shoulder while playing a quarterfinal match against Lleyton Hewitt at the Artois Championships played on grass at the Queen’s Club in London Nadal was unable to complete the match which ended his -match winning streak Nadal was seeded second at Wimbledon but was two points from defeat against American qualifier Robert Kendrick in the second round before coming back to win in five sets In the third round Nadal defeated world No Andre Agassi in straight sets at Agassi’s last career match at Wimbledon Nadal also won his next three matches in straight sets which set up his first Wimbledon final which was against Federer who had won this tournament the three previous years Nadal was the first Spanish man since Manuel Santana in to reach the Wimbledon final but Federer won the match in four sets to win his fourth consecutive Wimbledon title During the lead up to the US Open Nadal played the two Masters Series tournaments in North America He was upset in the third round of the Rogers Cup in Toronto and the quarterfinals of the Western & Southern Financial Group Masters in Cincinnati Nadal was seeded second at the US Open but lost in the quarterfinals to world No Mikhail Youzhny of Russia in four sets Nadal played only three tournaments the remainder of the year Joachim Johansson ranked world No upset Nadal in the second round of the Stockholm Open The following week Nadal lost to Tomáš Berdych in the quarterfinals of the year’s last Masters Series tournament the Mutua Madrileña Masters in Madrid During the round-robin stage of the year-ending Tennis Masters Cup Nadal lost to James Blake but defeated Nikolay Davydenko and Robredo Because of those two victories Nadal qualified for the semifinals where he lost to Federer This was Nadal’s third loss in nine career matches with Federer Nadal went on to become the first player since Andre Agassi in to finish the year as the world No in consecutive years

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Nadal started the year by playing in six hard-court tournaments He lost in the semifinals and first round of his first two tournaments and then lost in the quarterfinals of the Australian Open to eventual runner-up Fernando González After another quarterfinal loss at the Dubai Tennis Championships he won the Indian Wells Masters before Novak Djoković defeated him Between the tournaments in Barcelona and Rome Nadal defeated Federer in the Battle of Surfaces exhibition match in Mallorca Spain with the tennis court being half grass and half clay

Nadal played the Artois Championships at the Queen’s Club in London for the second consecutive year As in Nadal was upset in the quarterfinals Nadal then won consecutive five-set matches during the third and fourth rounds of Wimbledon before being beaten by Federer in the five-set final This was Federer’s first five-set match at Wimbledon since In July Nadal won the clay court Mercedes Cup in Stuttgart which proved to be his last title of the year He played three important tournaments during the North American summer hard court season He was a semifinalist at the Masters Series Rogers Cup in Montreal before losing his first match at the Western & Southern Financial Group Masters in Cincinnati He was the second-seeded player at the US Open but was defeated in the fourth round by David Ferrer After a month-long break from tournament tennis Nadal played the Mutua Madrileña Masters in Madrid and the BNP Paribas Masters in Paris David Nalbandian upset him in the quarterfinals and final of those tournaments To end the year Nadal won two of his three-round robin matches to advance to the semifinals of the Tennis Masters Cup in Shanghai where Federer defeated him in straight sets During the second half of the year Nadal battled a knee injury suffered during the Wimbledon final In addition there were rumors at the end of the year that the foot injury he suffered during caused long-term damage which were given credence by coach Toni Nadal’s claim that the problem was serious Nadal and his spokesman strongly denied this however with Nadal himself calling the story totally false : Two majors Olympic gold and No
Main article: Rafael Nadal tennis season
Nadal began the year in India where he was comprehensively beaten by Mikhail Youzhny in the final of the Chennai Open Nadal then reached the semifinals of the Australian Open for the first time Jo-Wilfried Tsonga defeated Nadal in the semifinal of Australian Open Nadal also reached the final of the Miami Masters for the second time During the spring clay-court season Nadal won four singles titles and defeated Roger Federer in three finals He beat Federer at the Masters Series Monte Carlo for the third straight year capturing his Open Era record fourth consecutive title there He won in straight sets despite Federer’s holding a lead in the second set Nadal then won his fourth consecutive title at the Open Sabadell Atlántico tournament in Barcelona A few weeks later Nadal won his first title at the Masters Series Hamburg defeating Federer in the three-set final He then won the French Open becoming the fifth man in the Open Era to win a Grand Slam singles title without losing a set He defeated Federer in the final for the third straight year but this was the most lopsided of all their matches as Nadal only lost four games and gave Federer his first bagel since This was Nadal’s fourth consecutive French title tying Björn Borg’s all-time record Nadal became the fourth male player during Open era to win the same Grand Slam singles tournament four consecutive years the others being Borg Pete Sampras and Federer Nadal then played Federer in the final of Wimbledon for the third consecutive year in the most anticipated match of their rivalry Nadal entered the final on a -match winning streak including his first career grass-court title at the Artois Championships staged at the Queen’s Club in London prior to Wimbledon Federer had won his record fifth grass-court title at the Gerry Weber Open in Halle and then reached the Wimbledon final without losing a set Unlike their previous two Wimbledon finals though Federer was not the prohibitive favorite and many analysts picked Nadal to win They played the longest in terms of time on court not in terms of numbers of games final in Wimbledon history and because of rain delays Nadal won the fifth set in near-darkness The match was widely lauded as the greatest Wimbledon final ever with some tennis critics By winning his first Wimbledon title Nadal became the third man in the open era to win both the French Open and Wimbledon in the same year after Rod Laver in and Borg in Federer later accomplished this the following year as well as the second Spaniard to win Wimbledon He also ended Federer’s record streak of five consecutive Wimbledon titles and straight wins on grass courts This was also the first time that Nadal won two Grand Slam tournaments back-to-back After Wimbledon Nadal extended his winning streak to a career-best matches He won his second Rogers Cup title in Toronto and then made it into the semifinals of the Western & Southern Financial Group Masters in Cincinnati As a result Nadal clinched the US Open Series and combined with Federer’s early-round losses in both of those tournaments finally earned the world No ranking on August officially ending Federer’s record four-and-a-half-year reign at the top At the Beijing Olympics Nadal defeated Novak Djoković in the semifinals and Fernando González of Chile in the final to win his first Olympic gold medal Nadal became the first male player ranked in the top five to win the gold medal At the US Open Nadal was the top-seeded player for the first time at a Grand Slam tournament He did not lose a set during his first three matches defeating qualifiers in the first and second rounds and Viktor Troicki in the third round He then needed four sets to defeat both Sam Querrey in the fourth round and Mardy Fish in the quarterfinals In the semifinals he lost to eventual runner up Andy Murray Later in the year in Madrid Nadal helped Spain defeat the United States in the Davis Cup semifinals At the Mutua Madrileña Masters in Madrid Nadal lost in the semifinals to Gilles Simon However his performance at the event guaranteed that he would become the first Spaniard during the open era to finish the year as the world No On October at the Campoamor theatre in Oviedo Spain Nadal was given the Prince of Asturias Award for Sports in recognition of his achievements in tennis Two weeks after the Madrid Masters at the BNP Paribas Masters in France Nadal reached the quarterfinals where he faced Nikolay Davydenko Nadal lost the first set before retiring in the second with a knee injury The following week Nadal announced his withdrawal from the year-ending Tennis Masters Cup in Shanghai citing tendinitis of the knee On November Nadal withdrew from Spain’s Davis Cup final against Argentina as his knee injury had not healed completely Main article: Rafael Nadal tennis season
Nadal’s first official ATP tour event for the year was the series Qatar Open in Doha After his first-round match with Fabrice Santoro Nadal was awarded the ATP World Tour Champion trophy Nadal eventually lost in the quarterfinals to Gaël Monfils Nadal also entered and won the tournament’s doubles event with partner Marc López defeating the world No doubles team of Daniel Nestor and Nenad Zimonjić in the final As noted by statistician Greg Sharko this was the first time since the world No singles player had played the world No doubles player in a final At the Australian Open Nadal won his first five matches without dropping a set before defeating compatriot Fernando Verdasco in the semifinals in the second longest match in Australian Open history at hours and minutes This win set up a championship match with Roger Federer their first meeting ever in a hard-court Grand Slam tournament and their nineteenth meeting overall Nadal defeated Federer in five sets to earn his first hard-court Grand Slam singles title making him the first Spaniard to win the Australian Open and the fourth male tennis player—after Jimmy Connors Mats Wilander and Andre Agassi—to win Grand Slam singles titles on three different surfaces This win also made Nadal the first male tennis player to hold three Grand Slam singles titles on three different At the ABN AMRO World Tennis Tournament in Rotterdam Nadal lost in the final to second-seeded Andy Murray in three sets During the final Nadal called a trainer to attend to a tendon problem with his right knee which notably affected his play in the final set Although this knee problem was not associated with Nadal’s right knee tendonitis it was serious enough to cause him to withdraw from the Barclays Dubai Tennis Championships a week later In March Nadal helped Spain defeat Serbia in a Davis Cup World Group first-round tie on clay in Benidorm Spain Nadal defeated Janko Tipsarević and Novak Djokovic The win over world No Djokovic was Nadal’s twelfth consecutive Davis Cup singles match win and boosted his career win loss record against Djokovic to including on clay At the Indian Wells Masters Nadal won his thirteenth Masters series tournament In the fourth round Nadal saved five match points before defeating David Nalbandian for the first time Nadal defeated Juan Martín del Potro in the quarterfinals and Andy Roddick in the semifinals before defeating Murray in the final The next ATP tour event was the Miami Masters Nadal advanced to the quarterfinals where he again faced Argentinian del Potro this time losing the match This was the first time del Potro had defeated Nadal in five career matches Nadal began his European clay court season at the Monte Carlo Masters where he won a record fifth consecutive singles title there He defeated Novak Djokovic in the final for his fifth consecutive win a record in the open era Nadal is the first male player to win the same ATP Master series event for five consecutive years Nadal then competed in the ATP event in Barcelona He advanced to his fifth consecutive Barcelona final where he faced David Ferrer Nadal went on to beat Ferrer to record five consecutive Barcelona victories At the Rome Masters Nadal reached the final where he defeated Novak Djokovic to improve his overall record to and clay record to against the Serb He became the first player to win four Rome titles Nadal at Sony Ericsson Open Miami Florida United States
After winning two clay-court Masters he participated in the Madrid Open He lost to Roger Federer in the final This was the first time that Nadal had lost to Federer since the semifinals of the Tennis Masters Cup

On May the ATP World Tour announced that Nadal was the first player out of eight to qualify for the ATP World Tour Finals to be played at the O Arena in London Nadal reached the semifinals in singles at the BNP Paribas Open in Indian Wells where he was the defending champion; however eventual champion Ivan Ljubičić defeated him in three sets He and countryman López won the doubles title though as wildcard entrants against number one seeds Daniel Nestor and Nenad Zimonjić This boosted his doubles ranking places to world number whereas he was st before Indian Wells After Indian Wells Nadal reached the semifinals of the Sony Ericsson Open where he lost to eventual champion Andy Roddick in three sets Nadal began the year by participating in the Capitala World Tennis Championship in Abu Dhabi United Arab Emirates He defeated compatriot David Ferrer to reach his second final in the exhibition tournament In the final Nadal defeated Robin Söderling in straight sets Nadal participated in an Australian Open warm-up tournament the Qatar ExxonMobil Open ATP event in Doha where he lost in the finals to Nikolay Davydenko In the Australian Open Nadal defeated Peter Luczak Lukáš Lacko Philipp Kohlschreiber and Ivo Karlović In the quarterfinals Nadal pulled out at down in the third set against Andy Murray having lost the first two sets After examining Nadal’s knees doctors told him that he should take two weeks of rest and then two weeks of rehabilitation Nadal finished the year as No for the fourth time in five years Nadal won the Golden Bagel Award for the third time in with nine sets during the year In doing so he set a new record of Award wins since matched only by Novak Djokovic

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Main article: Rafael Nadal tennis season At the World Tour Finals Nadal lost all three of his matches against Robin Söderling Nikolay Davydenko and Novak Djokovic respectively without winning a set

In December Nadal participated in the second Davis Cup final of his career He defeated Tomáš Berdych in his first singles rubber to give the Spanish Davis Cup Team their first point in the tie After the Spanish Davis Cup team had secured its fourth Davis Cup victory Nadal defeated Jan Hájek in the first Davis Cup dead rubber of his career The win gave Nadal his th consecutive singles victory at Davis Cup his th on clay By beating Lleyton Hewitt in the third round of French Open Nadal French Open set a record of consecutive wins at Roland Garros beating the previous record of by Björn Borg French Open Nadal had won consecutive sets at Roland Garros since winning the last sets at the French Open final against Federer the second-longest winning streak in the tournament’s history behind Björn Borg’s record of consecutive sets This run came to an end on May when Nadal lost to eventual runner-up Robin Söderling in the th round This was Nadal’s first and until only loss

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