Nadal will face Thiem, Tsitsipas and Rublev in the ATP Finals
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The last consultation of the ATP season unites the best 8 once again. This time, the ‘Leading 8’ has had to deal with the coronavirus pandemic to serve one of the excellent consultations of each year, the one that provides the title of Instructor that Rafa Nadal does not have.
For the champ of 20 ‘Grand Slam’ it is the only lack of weight in an extraordinary record, the thorn that specifically the injuries have moved far from the display of Manacor. The world number two arrives this season also with doubts because his calendar has been short after the blockage due to the pandemic, although extreme.
Nadal went back to play on clay, in Rome, and at Roland Garros, where he won for the thirteenth time. The change to asphalt was difficult in Paris, with exceptionally demanding matches to clash in the semifinals with Alexander Zverev. The Masters 1.000 was a test that taught the Balearic the need for one more march.
In London, the poster that will combat to be in the semifinals requires it from the start. US Open champion Thiem is his biggest competitor, but Tsitsipas and a Rublev with 5 titles in this short year are no less small plates for a Nadal who has not stopped working every season considering that 2005 to get approved for the Masters Cup.
On the other hand, in the Group Tokyo 1970, Novak Djokovic starts as leader and primary in the world. Russian Daniil Medvedev, German Alexander Zverev and Argentine debutant Diego Schwartzman accompany the Serbian.