Paris: It was an unforgettable night for Rafael Nadal at the French Open, when he overcame Novak Djokovic’s challenge during the French Open quarterfinals. After a fierce battle that lasted more than four hours, Nadal took the lead 6-2, 4-6, 6-2, 7-6 (4). Nadal, who comes to the Slam after a foot injury, looked in top form against the world team when he reserved a place in the semifinals.Read also – French Open: “Emotional night for me” – Rafael Nadal after Q / F victory over Novak Djokovic
After his impressive victory, the tennis world congratulated him and hoped that he could go as far as he could. Read also – French Open: Novak Djokovic welcomes Rafael Nadal after losing Q / F and says he was a better player
“59 times in 17 years, the chronicle of Novak and Rafu is as exciting as ever. What a pleasure to witness the next part of Philippe Chatrier tonight. Congratulations on this opportunity, Rafael Nadal. The search for 14 French Open titles continues. Unbelievable, “Laver wrote on Twitter. Read also – French Open 2022 Quarterfinals: Rafael Nadal enters the semifinals defeating Novak Djokovic
59 times in 17 years, the chronicle of Novak and Raf is as exciting as ever. What a pleasure to witness the next part of Philippe Chatrier tonight. Congratulations on this opportunity @RafaelNadal. Search for 14 #RolandGarros titles continues. Unbelievable. 🚀
– Rod Laver (@rodlaver) May 31, 2022
“What a wonderful tennis night! Rafa! “Former world number three Pam Shriver on Twitter.
– Pam Shriver (@PHShriver) May 31, 2022
Patrick McEnroe also welcomed the Mallorca-born player. “Rafael Nadal everyone.” Unbelievable, “McEnroe wrote on Twitter.
Rafael Nadal everyone.
– Patrick McEnroe (@PatrickMcEnroe) May 31, 2022
“I do not know what can happen. I think I will play this tournament because we do things to be ready to play this tournament, but I don’t know what will happen next, “Nadal said at a post-match press conference.
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