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Rafael Nadal defeated Nick Kyrgios in the second round of Wimbledon 2019

Rafael Nadal defeated Nick Kyrgios in the second round of Wimbledon 2019

World No. 2 player Rafael Nadal lowered "Australian test horse" 6-3, 3-6, 7-6, 7-6 in the most emotional match from the start of the tournament, July 4th.

The match at the second round of 2019 Wimbledon was even more stressful than the last encounter between Rafael Nadal and Nick Kyrgios in Mexico in February.

Nick Kyrgios re-used familiar psychological songs, from playing the ball under his shoulder, complaining constantly to the referee, celebrating the score and turning his back when the opponent dealt with the ball on the net. Rafael Nadal was distracted at some point, but still proved the player's possession of 18 Grand Slam to win after four sets.

The situation makes Rafael Nadal the most inhibitory to the third set, when the two players are drawing 4-4 and Rafael Nadal leads 40-15 in the game. Nick Kyrgios struck a counter-attack with a strong force to straighten the opponent's position and made no apology.

Rafael Nadal looks back at the opponent for a few seconds, before making a double mistake in the next ball phase. The Spanish player then told the game that the game was hinged and shouted loudly to celebrate the game in a way that was clear.

Before the tension was pushed to the climax in the third set, two players each had a winning set. Nick Kyrgios just kept calm in the first 10 minutes of the match. After losing the game and being led 0-3 in the first set, the 24-year-old started to complain to the referee about the time before the game was handed off by Rafael Nadal, and then replaced. Those nagging words did not help Nick Kyrgios avoid the first set loss, but somewhat reduced the power of Rafael Nadal in the second set.

Nick Kyrgios after losing 3-6 in the first set, soon led 2-0 in the second set and saved two break-points in the next game with two winner points. Rafael Nadal wins a game to help the ball and put the first set on balance. When Nick Kyrgios 4 was voted 4-3, he continued to argue with the referee at the break between the two games and was warned. Rafael Nadal distracted and played uncertainly in the next game, lost the hinge game and lost 2-6 set.

In terms of pure professional developments, Nick Kyrgios played well and many times made Rafael Nadal under pressure. In the three and four set, the two players cannot win the opponent's game and must enter the tie-break series. Rafael Nadal is better at both series. The world number two player won 7-5 in the tie-break set three thanks to winner winner. In the fourth series tie-break set, Nick Kyrgios smash at the first point and is passive in the series, before losing 3-7.

Stressful movements closed with a handshake between the two players when the game ended. Rafael Nadal successfully paid off the debt to Nick Kyrgios 1-3 years ago at Wimbledon. The 6-3, 3-6, 7-6, 7-6 victory also helped the Spaniard be the ninth in the Open Era to reach the 50-point Grand Slam win.

In the third round, Rafael Nadal will meet Australian runner-up 2008 Jo-Wilfried Tsonga. Grand Slam's 18th tournament became easier when runner-up Wimbledon 2017 Marin Cilic was knocked out. Marin Cilic is in the fourth round with Rafael Nadal, but lost to Joao Sousa in the second round after three sets with the same score 4-6.