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September 18th, 2013
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Muller started this Friday mourning tied his best weapon and serene. It was almost impossible to Nadal to subtract your service. The difficulty of Nadal to find his niche removed, however, the best of this tennis player, who came to lift two balls set in the first partial. Before the powerful pull of his rival, who scored 17 aces, Nadal strategy was expected, resist, until this good. After one set serving brilliantly, Muller faltered in the mental aspect. He committed a total of 22 not forced errors. That was how Nadal took advantage of two failures of Luxembourgish in the tiebreaker to find ways to stay ahead with a first round in their favor. Resumed the match this Saturday in the second set, things began just as it was on Friday.

Muller sought to harm a great favorite with his serve, but Nadal skills elsewhere balanced the scale to the point that both crawled back to a tiebreaker. Represion in this life or death, returned to demonstrate again who was the larger of the two. By your patience, endurance, his ability to intimidate the opponent, by many things, but in reality, by small details bowed balance in favour of the Spanish: 7-6 (5). With two against and sleeves with Nadal on a roll, Muller sank completely in the third set. The pace of the match had changed.

Little by little, the Spanish had done with the meeting. The left-handed Manacor broke the serve of Muller in the first game and let him blank then. In only 31 minutes solved that last set (6-0). It was not a party too showy for the Viewer, with the exception of some uploaded to the network, but it allowed Nadal to continue quite fresh and rested in the box. Ferrer beats Beck the Spanish David Ferrer, seventh seeded in the tournament of Wimbledon, defeated Slovak Karol Beck in three sets (6-4, 6-3 and 6-3) and agreed to the second round of this Grand Slam for the third time in his career. After two hours and three minutes of mourning, Ferrer won a place in the fourth round against French Jo-Wilfried Tsonga, twelfth favorite and runner-up this year at Queen s, who has today removed the Chilean Fernando Gonzalez. Goodbye Nico Almagro the number fifteen in the world, the Spanish Nico Almagro, fell in the third round of the Wimbledon tournament before the Russian Mijail Youzhny, who beat him 4-6, 6-3, 7-6 (3), 6-3 in two hours and 43 minutes to stand in the second round to Swiss Roger Federer. Almagro ripped with very good foot that appointment, but deshincho from the second set and lost his chance of accessing the knockout stages for the first time at Wimbledon. Source of the news: Rafa Nadal gets into second round after suffering before the serve of Muller

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