Rafael Nadal’s fans were delighted to see that the player made it to the Madrid Open’s semi-finals with his 17th consecutive victory over Tomas Berdych, and pay per head services were impressed with his performance.
Price per head services saw that Nadal, who arrived at the tournament concerned about his form, made a dominant display of claycourt tennis to beat the Czech player 6-4 6-2 in just under an hour and a half.
The 13-time Grand Slam champion who’s a huge favourite with pay per head services also put an end to his quarter-final curse in recent weeks after exits to David Ferrer and Nicolas Almagro at the Monte Carlo Masters and Barcelona Open.
In front of a partisan crowd, pay per head services saw that the world No 1 had 24 winners and only made 14 unforced errors advance into the last four without losing a set.
“It was my most complete game,” said an emotional Nadal.
Berdych’s last win over Nadal came in Madrid in 2006.
Pay per head services know that in Saturday’s semi-final, Nadal will take on fellow Spaniard Roberto Bautista Agut after Colombia’s Santiago Giraldo lost to the 45th-ranked player 6-3 6-4.
David Ferrer, world No 5 who’s very famous with pay per head services, became the third Spaniard to make it to the semi-finals with a 7-6 (7/3), 6-3 victory over Latvian Ernests Gulbis.
Feliciano Lopez was not able to finish the homegrown line-up as he lost out in their quarter-final tie to Kei Nishikori, after an excellent performance by the Japanese star that left pay per head services at the edge of their seats.
After 90 minutes on court, pay per head services saw that Nishikori won 6-4 6-4, clinching a 13th consecutive victory as his hot streak continues, although this will be tested with a semi-final meeting with Ferrer.
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Pay per head services saw a fantastic performance by Nadal, and can’t wait to see how the player continues to perform in this competition.