Review Category : Rafael Nadal

No. 2 Novak Djokovic holds off No. 18 Ernests Gulbis, winning the match 6-3, 6-3, 3-6, 6-3 in two hours and 36 minutes to advance to the 2014 French Open final. Djokovic flew through the first two sets, he denied Gulbis few opportunities to break into the match. However, the 25-year-old Latvian left the court after the second set, upon returning, he challenged Djokovic and pushed him out of his comfort zone. Gulbis converted his first break of the match, and went on to win dominate him during the third set. Djokovic who was the 2012 French Open finalist had enough of it and raced to an early break int eh fourth set. He created 10 break point chances, converting five and hit 30 winners to 25 unforced errors. Gulbis only won two break points over the course of seven tries, he did his 40 winners to 44 unforced errors. ...

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Andre Agassi believes Rafael Nadal is the best player in the history of tennis. He even has Nadal ahead of Roger Federer. Agassi chose Nadal over Federer because he thinks the Spaniard has thrived in an ultra-competitive “golden age of tennis”. “I’d put Nadal number one, and then Federer number two,” the eight-time Grand Slam-winner said. “Federer separated himself from the field for four years. He separated himself from Roddick and Hewitt,” Agassi added. Nadal on the other hand dealt with Federer, Novak Djokovic, and Andy Murray in the golden age of tennis. He has done what he has done and he’s not even close to being done. But conventional wisdom has Federer ahead of Nadal, at least for the time being. The Swiss holds a record 17 Grand Slam titles against 13 for the current world No 1. Nadal has a convincing 23-10 head-to-head record against Federer and he ...

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