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Rafael Nadal quickly defeated Jo-Wilfried Tsonga in 2019 Wimbledon's third round

Rafael Nadal quickly defeated Jo-Wilfried Tsonga in 2019 Wimbledon's third round

The Spanish player Rafael Nadal did not face any break-points in the 6-2, 6-3, 6-2 win on July 6.

Before the first reunion after four years, Rafael Nadal dominated the match 8-4. But Jo-Wilfried Tsonga won the last time he met in Shanghai in 2015, and was the only match on the pitch at the Queen's Club in 2011.

It was too much to understand each other so there was no need to be careful to explore the enemy, the two players entered quickly. Each person loses only one point in the game of his first match.

Coming to the next game, Jo-Wilfried Tsonga faced the first break-point and the slow-motion technology "Hawk-Eye" identified the ball after his forehand. Nadal won the game to save the ball to advance 4-1. The third seed kept pressing left-handed and pushed Tsonga into a passive position in the long-range, before going on to kick the decisive smash. Nadal closes the first set of wins after 33 minutes with a winner hand-crossed corner.

In the opening set, the world number two player lost only one serve, scored 15 winner points - including four ace and had 3 fouls, and on the other side Tsonga had 7 errors and 6 Similar points.

Exciting after a good start, Nadal is more confident and maintains the overwhelming stance in the next set. Whenever holding the ball, he won quite quickly and after the first three games, Nadal only lost one point. Meanwhile, Tsonga repeatedly failed and had to pay the price. Nadal finishes setting up two with one game that cannot be more perfect. After winner left hand, vertical line is the ninth ace in the match.

After 70 minutes of going through two sets of matches, the third seed has not yet faced any break-point and the total number of self-defeating errors is only half of Tsonga's, while the number of winners is nearly three times higher.

Playing in the final set, the world No. 72 player lost quickly 1-4 after only 20 minutes with two consecutive passes. Pulling on the fragile hope that Tsonga played out of the game in the final game when he saved up to three match-points face-to-face with brave ace, but it was inevitable.

Nadal's 10th ace ended the final 6-2, 6-3, 6-2 and put the 9th Spanish player in the fourth round of Wimbledon, where he was crowned twice. (2008, 2010).

After 1 hour and 48 minutes, Nadal scored 34 winner points and had 12 self-defeating errors, while Tsonga was 17 points and 22 corresponding errors respectively. At the 51st victory in the All England Club, Nadal balanced the achievement of legendary Bjorn Borg to rank eighth in the Open era.

His next opponent in 2019 Wimbledon's next round will be Joao Sousa or Daniel Evans. Nadal had won both matches against Sousa but never faced Evans.