U.S. Open Live Blog: Rafael Nadal Defeats Fellow Spaniard Fernando Verdasco
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Sorry! The internet blacked out at a bad time. NADAL WINS IN THREE SETS 7-5, 6-3, 6-4. Not that epic, but a fun one nonetheless. He will play Youzhny in the semifinals. Thanks for reading and following!
Service winner, 30-15.
Beautiful lob from Verdasco, 15-15.
Verdasco holds, and is still in the match, but for how long? He will need to break Nadal if he wants to stay in the match.
Nadal does a twirl as he gets the point! 0-15.
Verdasco throws his racket! He loses the game and Nadal goes up 5-3. Verdasco gets a warning.
Nadal pulls a dropshot as he looks to go up 5-3 in the third.
Nadal continues to roll, up 4-2 in the third, and just two games away from the semifinals.
Verdasco holds, but he will need a break to avoid elimination.
Verdasco is frustrated. Nadal...cool as a cucumber.
Verdasco trying to do everything he can, but it just isn't working. Nadal is about to hold.
Verdasco is able to hold, Nadal up 2-1.
No mercy from Nadal! Verdasco up 30-15, but Nadal will make you work.
Can't describe some of these points they are too crazy. Let's just say that Nadal holds to go up 2-0 in the third set.
Beautiful shot by Verdasco, 40-30 on Nadal's serve.
Verdasco is not the type to give up. Is he fatigued from his previous match?
Uhhh Ohhhh, Nadal breaks.
Break point here for Nadal. This could be over quickly if Nadal gets this break.
Verdasco was down by two sets during his last match. Don't give up yet.
Great winner for Nadal and he takes the second set 6-3. He leads two sets to zilch.
It seems that no matter how hard Verdasco works, Nadal always gets to the shot. Sorry if I am being repetitive, but that's just what's up. 40-0.
Verdasco is fortunate to hold. He must break here if he wants to stay in the set.
Crazy dude in upper deck giving fans a show with wild dance. Almost as good of a performance as Nadal.
Is this slipping away from Verdasco? Nadal holds at love to make it 5-2.
NADAL BREAKS! He leads 4-2 in the second set.
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