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Nadal Thrilled But Feel Sorry For His Opponents As He Reaches The US Open Semi-finals

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Rafa Nadal, once again, had to labour hard to get qualify to the Semi-finals stage of the ongoing US Open as he defeated Thiem in a match that lasted for four hours.

The Spanish tennis player wasn’t in fine form at the start of the game as he was forced to make many errors by the World No9.

After many errors, the Spaniard hit great form and he gets past his major rival 0-6 6-4 7-5 6-7 (4/7) 7-6 (7/5).

In his post-match reaction with reporters, the World No1 Tennis player couldn’t hide his joy after the thrilling encounter.

According to him, it was a tough match for him because he played against one of the best players of the game.

Admit the first set wasn’t great for him as he lost his services to Thiem, but as the game progresses, Nadal said he got back to great physical condition and that helped him overcome Thiem’s challenges.

Though he is happy with the victory, Nadal felt sorry for his opponent, who deserve to win base on his performance last night.

He claimed was awesome against him but he didn’t get the victory he deserved because he battled a well-experienced player.

With the victory, Nadal is on his way to becoming 2018 US Open champion, though, he still has two hurdles to cross before achieving the dream.

“It was very demanding in all aspects. It was a very tough start for me. After that first set, then the match became more normal. A tough match against a great opponent.

“It was physically demanding because the conditions were tough out there, too. And I played against a great opponent. He played a good match. Sorry for him. He’s a top guy.” he said.

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