Nadal Survives Power Roddick

Rafael Nadal ended his dismal run in the ATP World Tour Finals, clawing its way beyond the fight American Andy Roddick 3-6, 7-6, 6-4 to London.

The 24-year-old lost six rounds played last year when the piece that closes the season debuted in the spectacular O2 Arena in London and when Roddick broke through the opening of its Group A clash, miserable race seemed destined to continue .

However, unlike 12 months ago when it was short of form and confidence, the world number one click into gear to carry in the Roddick easily the best match of the event. “I started the game nervously, with no rhythm,” said a relieved Nadal. “Andy is a very aggressive player and very difficult.

” Managed to gather baseline and the network, it is very difficult to pass. “The atmosphere here is fantastic, I am very happy to win.”
Rafael Nadal ended his dismal run in the finals of the ATP World Tour, dug their way out of combat the American Andy Roddick 3-6, 7-6, 6-4 to London.

The 24-year-old lost six games played last year, when the piece that closes the season started in spectacular O2 Arena in London, and when Roddick broke his opening Group A clash seemed doomed to miserable race continue. But unlike 12 months ago when it was briefly and the confidence that the world number one click wear gear in Roddick easily the best match of the event.

“I started the game nervously, without rhythm,” a statement said Nadal. “Andy is a very aggressive player and very difficult.” Successfully gather base and network, it is very difficult to pass. “L atmosphere here is great, I am very happy to win. “Nadal, who has never won the ATP’s year-ending tournament despite collecting every other silverware in the game, will face Novak Djokovic in his second round-robin match.Djokovic earlier dispatched Tomas Berdych 6-3, 6-3.

BOLA TANGKAS