French Open 2020: Rafael Nadal crushes Stefano Travaglia to arrive at Roland Garros 4th round

Rafael Nadal steamed through to the French Open fourth round as he battled off Stefano Travaglia on Court Philippe-Chatrier.

Italian Travaglia has a last name that means signify ‘troubles’, however Nadal was given no genuine reason for worry in a 6-1 6-4 6-0 triumph.

Such was his control that the Spaniard won 82 percent of focuses on his subsequent serve, higher than his first-serve rate.

“I played my best match so far this year at Roland Garros. I hope I can play this way until the end,” Nadal said in an on-court interview.

These early adjusts are a higher priority than expected for Nadal, who showed up in France shy of match movement subsequent to passing on the Western and Southern Open and the US Open.

In spite of the fact that he got back to activity at the Internazionali d’Italia in Rome, that was his first competition since February, and a quarter-last exit to Diego Schwartzman was a stressing difficulty for the best mud court major part ever.

Bit by bit, Nadal is experiencing the riggings in Paris, the 12-time champion creeping towards the structure that has brought him such rich compensations on past visits to the French capital.

To win a thirteenth title at this competition, which would move him level with Roger Federer’s untouched men’s record of 20 vocation fantastic hammers, Nadal is probably going to need to beat Dominic Thiem in the semi-finals and Novak Djokovic in the championship.

Travaglia had some flash to his game, and he played various sharp shots that made the second set a challenge, yet few have ever had the instruments to stop Nadal on this surface and the world number 74 was unavoidably discovered needing.

Next for Nadal is a last-16 conflict with Sebastian Korda, the American child of previous French Open second place Petr Korda.

Data slam: Volley good show from Nadal

It finished with a volley, and Nadal was regularly coming right up front, winning 19 of 23 focuses where he assaulted the net. He won six of seven break focuses and said a short time later that it was his most forceful execution so far this fortnight. The serving is solid, he stays a gauge ace, and the reality Nadal is raiding front and back of the court foreshadows well for what lies ahead.


Nadal – 28/13

Travaglia – 13/24


Nadal – 2/0

Travaglia – 1/1


Nadal – 6/7

Travaglia – 0/0

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