Rafael Nadal: Nadal Wins Big Over Roger Federer at 2011 French Open
Rafael Nadal Wins Big Over Tennis Legend Roger Federer at 2011 French Open
Rafael Nadal has quieted many doubters with his utter disposal of tennis great Roger Federer at the 2011 French Open.
After Federer took a 5-0 lead in the first set, Nadal won 7-5 and took the first set in amazing fashion. Federer didn’t seem strong with his serving or return.
While it always seemed like Nadal had the edge, Federer kept himself in every game and it never seemed like he was badly overmatched.
Federer showed that the people who doubted him had another think coming and he won’t be forgotten.
After being down 2-0, Federer battled back to take the third set and force the fourth.
During the fourth round, Nadal showed his dominance again and beat Federer handily in just four sets.
While Federer is battling to stay a champion, Nadal is building and gaining the experience that it takes to win in tough situations across his career.
If I were Nadal, I would befriend Federer and learn as many trade secrets as I could.
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