Nadal, before another German 'sparring': Yannick Maden (114th)

After his convincing and placid opening against Hanfmann, with quick victory in three sets, Rafa Nadal faces this Wednesday (about 13:00, Eurosport) another German player.


After his convincing and placid opening against Yannick Hanfmann, with fast victory in three sets, Rafa Nadal faces this Wednesday (about 13:00, Eurosport) another German sparring also called Yannick and surnamed Maden. Born 29 years ago and 114th in the world, he is a little known player in the circuit, even for the Balearic, who admitted that he would have to watch videos on YouTube to prepare the game a bit. Your balance in the ATP says it all: 7-13. Professional since 2013 he advanced in the previous one and in the first round he joined the Belgian Coppejans. Like Hanfmann, he studied in the United States. In addition, he played in the tennis Bundesliga with the TEC Waldau Stuttgart, the club of his city.

Nadal, in good physical and mental, should not have problems to get into the third round with little wear, to be measured with greater guarantees to a rival of more fuste, that could be the Belgian Goffin, that faces the Serbian Kecmanovic.

Carballés, Carreño and Federer, to scene

Al margin of Nadal, other two Spaniards play in second round today. Roberto Carballés faces at 13:00 the Serbian Krajinovic, while Pablo Carreño is measured with the Australian De Miñaur around 17:00. More or less at the same time, in the Chatrier, Federer will be seen with a re-frying of the previous one, the 25-year-old German and the 144th in the world, Oscar Otte.



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