Rafael Nadal vs David Ferrer French Open Final Points – 9 June 2013

Rafael Nadal vs David Ferrer French Open Final on 9 June 2013 at Court Philippe Chatrier, Paris.Watch Rafael Nadal vs David Ferrer final live score online match highlights videos full coverage shots and points updates here.Rafael Nadal vs David Ferrer live final match TV broadcast channels list also posted here. Defending champion Rafael Nadal moved closer to an eighth title at the French Open history on Friday when he defeated world number one Novak Djokovic 6-4, 3-6, 6-1, 6-7 (3 / 7), 9-7 in a semifinal Titanic.In the title match Sunday, the third seed will face fourth-seeded compatriot David Ferrer ended French hopes of a first champion in 30 years by sweeping past Jo-Wilfried Tsonga 6-1, 7-6 (7 / 3), 6-2.Nadal will attempt to be the first man to win the same major eight times in 31 years Ferrer will be appearing in his first Grand Slam final.He reached the championship game in the 42th time of asking, but now faces a reversal career 19-4 deficit against his compatriot.Nadal, seeded third, took his record to an impressive 58 wins in 59 games Paris after 4-2 in the deciding set to clinch victory after four hours and 37 minutes.Friday’s win was the 20th of 35 Nadal fighting career – 13 of 16 on clay – against Djokovic.It will be Nadal’s first Grand Slam final since he beat Djokovic at Roland Garros last year, having missed seven months with a serious knee injury.On Sunday, Nadal will be appearing in his ninth final since returning from a seven-month injury lay-off.

In a dramatic and controversial series finale, Djokovic broke for 1-0 before Nadal leveled in the eighth game after the Serb had been returned once violence and then lost when it collided with the net as he put a smash. Djokovic even called the tournament supervisor on court to rage on the conditions of the court, as he was about to serve at 7-8. Nadal jumped from three match points and secured the victory when Djokovic, who finished with 75 unforced errors ugly, hit wild and long term. “This is a very special win for me and congratulations to Novak – this is a great champion and he will win the French Open one day here,” said Nadal, who had lost only five other composer of the pair The 2012 Australian Open final file. “When I was serving for the match, it was against the wind, so I knew it would be a tough game.

“It was similar to Australia in 2012 and has won match. This time it was me who won and that’s what makes this sport so great. ” Djokovic was furious that his appeals to the court to be watered were ignored.”I did not ask the Court to water because I want my opponent trip or something like that. I did for me, because I felt it became very dry and it was very slippery, “he said. “If a player says yes to water the garden and the other says no, in the end, whose opinion is more valuable?” On Sunday, Nadal will be appearing in his ninth final since returning from an injury to seven months of layoff.”During these seven months out of the game, there were weak moments, but everyone has supported me and there was a lot of positive energy,” said the Spaniard, who has already claimed six titles 2013.Nadal would have ended the tie before the fifth set because he was twice a set and a break. Ferrer eventually host the sixth-seeded Tsonga hope that was not to match the feat of Yannick Noah, who last won the title in France in 1983. But it was a well deserved remarkable perseverance on the part of 31 years reputation reward Ferrer, who reached his first Grand Slam final in his 42nd appearance, by far the longest wait in the Open era. This is the first all Spanish final since 2002, when Albert Costa defeated Juan Carlos Ferrero.

“I’m really happy for me to be in the final at Roland Garros. This is my first ever Grand Slam final, “said Ferrer, who has yet to drop a set in the tournament. “I’m older, but more experienced. I’m not too tired, so it is very important. To play the final against Rafael Nadal I need to be 100 percent to be able to play well against him. ” “My opponent played better. There must be a winner and a loser,” said Tsonga.

Rafael Nadal vs David Ferrer French Open Final Live Match Highlights 9 June 2013

Rafael Nadal vs David Ferrer Live Match French Open Final 2013

Rafael Nadal vs David Ferrer Live Match 2013
French Open Tennis Final 2013
Date:9 JUNE 2013 | 9-06-2013
Time:13:00 GMT | 1:00 PM
Venue: at Court Philippe Chatrier, Paris

Watch Rafael Nadal vs David Ferrer live score points Final match highlights videos full coverage here at.

French Open Final: Rafael Nadal vs David Ferrer Live Score Online

Rafael Nadal : David Ferrer

Prediction:

Defending Champion Rafael Nadal in good form and in Semifinal game he proves also.other hand David Ferrer also perform well in event and tournament every match so this time match also come interesting but we hope and predict that Nadal will take trophy once again and must still here a champion.

Watch David Ferrer vs Rafael Nadal live final match score online full highlights videos with TV replay repeat telecast here on. Rafael Nadal in good game and his fans also know but David Ferrer will must try give a hard target for win the match so game become so so excited for watch live on TV. we will provide live score and videos full coverage here at after and with official start time of match so stay connected for enjoy.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

You may use these HTML tags and attributes: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <strike> <strong>