Nadal Vs Berdych – Australian Open 2012 QF
Rafael Nadal endure an immense unnerve from Tomas Berdych to win 6-7, 7-6, 6-4, 6-3, and set up a mouthwatering semi-final with Roger Federer.
A set down and confronting set point in the second, Nadal uncovered himself from underneath a huge gap to update the tall Czech in a burdening four-hour tussle under the lights.
The Czech bossed it at an early stage and in spite of the fact that he misused four set focuses at 6-5 on the Nadal serve, he asserted the primary set on a tie-break with an expert after Nadal lost his poise, having been denied the opportunity to challenge a line-call for a really long time to request.
The world No 2 was liable of failing too short in the opener, permitting huge hitting Berdych to venture up and direct the focuses from the gauge, yet he amended the blame as the match advanced.
He set up a 5-2 advantage just to see it wiped out as Berdych raged back to set up another breaker.
What’s more, the dark horse could have guaranteed that too had he not missed a generally direct volley on set point.
‘I was fortunate,’ conceded Nadal, who at that point squeezed the set. ‘The second set was vital to the match.’
Nadal Vs Berdych – Australian Open 2012 Quater Final
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