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Roger Federer eliminated Rafael Nadal in the 2019 Wimbledon semi-final

Roger Federer eliminated Rafael Nadal in the 2019 Wimbledon semi-final

The Swiss player Roger Federer won against Rafael Nadal after more than three hours of competition on July 12th, with the score of 6-7, 6-1, 3-6 and 4-6 respectively.

The Wimbledon semifinals in 2019 are not as attractive as the fans' expectations. Rafael Nadal, with the outstanding advantage of confrontation, cannot turn the psychological advantage of Roland Garros into victory. Before Roger Federer, the Spaniard only played well in the second set, before losing his early advantage in the last two sets and guarding the racket in four sets.

Compared to the peak, both The Wimbledon semifinals in 2019 are not as attractive as the fans' expectations. Rafael Nadal, with the outstanding advantage of confrontation, cannot turn the psychological advantage of Roland Garros into victory. Before Roger Federer, the Spaniard only played well in the second set, before losing his early advantage in the last two sets and guarding the racket in four sets.

Compared to the peak, both Nadal and Federer on 12/7 were not as good. The Guardian questioned: "Is this the ultimate hero letter we are waiting for?" The British Daily gives an example of the situation in the fourth set, when the score is 3-5, which is the same as Federer. "Express train" has up to two match-points in this game, but does not make the most of it. Before a Nadal was not too brilliant, Federer missed two more match-points, and had to wait until the opponent failed in the 10th game to have the 12th Wimbledon final.

Nadal and Federer start the match in the best way possible. Both of them hardly tried to win the game to save the ball in the first set. The 12 games of this set last for 45 minutes, including five white games and three ending games where the loser only gains one point. At the ages of 33 and 37, number two and the world number three understand that they have to distribute the power properly, if they don't want to "evaporate" under the 25 degree Celsius temperature in the Central courtyard.

In the battle named after him, Federer was a little better. He was tough enough to perform eight times on a grid every time, three times more than Nadal, even if he ran more. After letting Nadal win the second set easily, FedEx always chooses the second game to save the ball in the other two sets to energize, win a break-point. Both times, the player with 20 Grand Slam successes. In the third set, he calmly equalized 30-30, when he was leading 1-2, before winning the game with a left on the net. In the fourth set, Federer led 15-40 deep, and the second break-point, he won.

Before the 40th match with Nadal, Federer confidently declared: "The results at Wimbledon will be different from Roland Garros". For more than three hours, the "Express Train" proved he did not talk. With the skill of dropping the net and the longitudinal strikes from the back of the field, Federer makes Nadal's strongest weapon - physical strength - without acting ground. In the only moment, fans saw the bullfighting player return to the image of a warrior at the end of the fourth set, when he was cornered. Defending champion Roland Garros four times match-point with a series of strong balls. But on the pitch is not suitable for defensive style, the 33-year-old player cannot keep certainty until the end.

Nadal must blame himself for the 16th defeat against Federer. After a tug of war and Federer won the tie-break series, Nadal "stripped" in the second set. He won two games to keep the ball in a row to finish the match within half an hour. However, the 33-year-old player cannot turn his psychological excitement into precise ball lines. In the third set, when being led 1-3 because of losing the game, Nadal has the opportunity to reposition the balance in the next game. He owned two break-points, and forced Federer to play a strong ball, but then threw himself away because he kept snatching the net from the back of the field. In the game 10 sets of four, when led 4-5, Nadal has a break-point from Federer's ball-slipping error, but again, he misses.

At Wimbledon 2019, Nadal reached the semi-finals more impressively than Federer when he lost only one set from the start of the tournament (less than two of Federer). However, that form doesn't follow the 12-time champion of Roland Garros on July 12th. He has a winner score of two-thirds of his opponent (32 versus 51), and the winning rate from the second serve is only 52%, much lower than Federer's 64%. Many times during the game, the Spaniard is clearly unhappy with himself.

In the history of 39 previous bats between Nadal and Federer, 31 times the winner of the first set wins the final. That continues to be fulfilled in the Wimbledon semifinals 2019. 

Nadal and Roger Federer on 12/7 were not as good. The Guardian questioned: "Is this the ultimate hero letter we are waiting for?" The British Daily gives an example of the situation in the fourth set, when the score is 3-5, which is the same as Federer. "Express train" has up to two match-points in this game, but does not make the most of it. Before a Nadal was not too brilliant, Federer missed two more match-points, and had to wait until the opponent failed in the 10th game to have the 12th Wimbledon final.

Nadal and Federer start the match in the best way possible. Both of them hardly tried to win the game to save the ball in the first set. The 12 games of this set last for 45 minutes, including five white games and three ending games where the loser only gains one point. At the ages of 33 and 37, number two and the world number three understand that they have to distribute the power properly, if they don't want to "evaporate" under the 25 degree Celsius temperature in the Central courtyard.

In the battle named after him, Federer was a little better. He was tough enough to perform eight times on a grid every time, three times more than Nadal, even if he ran more. After letting Nadal win the second set easily, FedEx always chooses the second game to save the ball in the other two sets to energize, win a break-point. Both times, the player with 20 Grand Slam successes. In the third set, he calmly equalized 30-30, when he was leading 1-2, before winning the game with a left on the net. In the fourth set, Federer led 15-40 deep, and the second break-point, he won.

Before the 40th match with Nadal, Federer confidently declared: "The results at Wimbledon will be different from Roland Garros". For more than three hours, the "Express Train" proved he did not talk. With the skill of dropping the net and the longitudinal strikes from the back of the field, Federer makes Nadal's strongest weapon - physical strength - without acting ground. In the only moment, fans saw the bullfighting player return to the image of a warrior at the end of the fourth set, when he was cornered. Defending champion Roland Garros four times match-point with a series of strong balls. But on the pitch is not suitable for defensive style, the 33-year-old player cannot keep certainty until the end.

Nadal must blame himself for the 16th defeat against Federer. After a tug of war and Federer won the tie-break series, Nadal "stripped" in the second set. He won two games to keep the ball in a row to finish the match within half an hour. However, the 33-year-old player cannot turn his psychological excitement into precise ball lines. In the third set, when being led 1-3 because of losing the game, Nadal has the opportunity to reposition the balance in the next game. He owned two break-points, and forced Federer to play a strong ball, but then threw himself away because he kept snatching the net from the back of the field. In the game 10 sets of four, when led 4-5, Nadal has a break-point from Federer's ball-slipping error, but again, he misses.

At Wimbledon 2019, Nadal reached the semi-finals more impressively than Federer when he lost only one set from the start of the tournament (less than two of Federer). However, that form doesn't follow the 12-time champion of Roland Garros on July 12th. He has a winner score of two-thirds of his opponent (32 versus 51), and the winning rate from the second serve is only 52%, much lower than Federer's 64%. Many times during the game, the Spaniard is clearly unhappy with himself.

In the history of 39 previous bats between Nadal and Federer, 31 times the winner of the first set wins the final. That continues to be fulfilled in the Wimbledon semifinals 2019.