Rafael Nadal labelled the Italian Open court as “dangerous” after he suffered a brief injury scare in his quarter-final win over Alexander Zverev at the Masters 1000 event in Rome. Nadal got revenge on his Madrid Open loss to the German in
Rafael Nadal was not a happy man after Alexander Zverev overcame the Spaniard in straight sets to reach the Madrid Open semi-finals on Friday afternoon. The 34-year-old has earned a formidable reputation on clay over the course of his career, but he
Rafael Nadal was dumped out of the Madrid Open by Alexander Zverev at the quarter-final stage on Friday afternoon. Nadal lost 6-4, 6-4 to the towering German in front of a partisan Spanish crowd as he suffered his second clay-court loss of
Ahead of the Miami Open, the 23-year-old added: “I know what I would change, but it doesn’t really matter because I’m not the one deciding. “The ATP or whoever is in charge, I don’t think they really completely care about my opinion,
Alexander Zverev complained about being behind Roger Federer in the world rankings last week and the problem is still bugging the towering German. Zverev reached the US Open final last year, where he lost to Dominic Thiem after surrendering a two-set lead.
Alexander Zverev has launched a scathing attack on the revised ATP ranking system, claiming that he should be placed above Swiss legend Roger Federer as a result of the latter’s inactivity over the past year. The 39-year-old was sidelined for the vast