Nadal, a cyclone to quarters

He also rolled the Portuguese Joao Sousa and on Wednesday he will play the quarterfinals at the All England for the seventh time in his career.


Fully adapted, almost as if he were at Roland Garros, Rafa Nadal advances unstoppable in Wimbledon on a surface, the grass, in which the Balearic also flies when the physicist accompanies him and the talent does the rest. In this Crazy Monday of the British Grand Slam, the Spaniard passed over Joao Sousa, good friend of his who did not take pity to win by a triple 6-2 in just one hour and 45 minutes, his shortest match in this edition in which it equals the biggest beating of yours in the tournament (6-1, 6-3 and 6-2 to Millman in the first round of 2017). It was the 70th victory of the number two in the world on the grass, as the Argentines say, and with it he went into the quarterfinals of the tournament for the seventh time. His opponent will be an American: Querrey or Sandgren, who play on the track 12.

This is how we live the Nadal - Sousa live: (6-2, 6-2)

Photos from as.com

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