Rafael Nadal in French Open Final: Rafael Nadal of Spain is counted among the greats of the tennis world. He has managed to reach the final of the French Open for the 14th time. Rafael Nadal has achieved this position on the occasion of his 36th birthday. At present, the way he has achieved this position has not made him much happy. This is because in the semi-finals, his opposition player Alexander Zverev had to be out due to injury.
On Friday, Germany’s star tennis player and Tokyo Olympic gold medalist Alexander Zverev gave a tough fight to Rafael Nadal on the court at the Philippe Chatrier Court in Paris. During this, he could not continue his game due to injury to Zverev’s right leg in the second set of the match. Due to which Rafael Nadal easily managed to make his place in the final.
Nadal got a tough fight
Germany’s Zverev won the toss and invited Nadal to serve. He then managed to break Nadal’s serve and retained his serve in the second game. In the opening game of the first set, Zverev took the match 3-1 in his favor, from where Nadal showed his brilliance and won the first set 7-6.
The second set was also taken to the tie breaker.
When Rafael Nadal looked aggressive in the second set, Zverev also gave a tough fight to the 21-time Grand Slam champion and took a 4-2 lead in the match, after which Nadal played the game 6-6 in the second set. Reached the tie breaker.
In the tie breaker of the second set, both the players showed their skills, but at the last point of the 12th game of the second set, Zverev got a muscle strain and he screamed in pain. After this, Zverev (Alexander Zverev) appeared on crutches after some time, while in the event of not being able to continue the game, Rafael Nadal directly entered the final.