Nadal Went the Distance

I did not. I watched the first set and a half and then went back to bed. The portion I watched was nervy, lack lustre stuff. Lots of errors, very few rallies, neither Nadal or Djokovic playing at their best. Djokovic looked to be the better player for the set and a bit that I saw, but apparently Nadal turned things around a couple of games later. He lost the first set, but won the match in four, setting all kinds of astonishing records along the way. Most slams won by the same man, first man to win at least one slam in 10 consecutive years, best winning percentage in finals of any active ATP player, and so on and on.

And for Dinie an article from with a few photos, and…



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