“I would never tell Felix how to beat Rafa”, said Toni Nadal before the round of 16 at Roland-Garros between his player, Auger-Aliassime, and his nephew. While he had decided to remain neutral, he made the choice to settle in the box of the Canadian this Tuesday at the Masters, in Turin. At a press conference after his victoryFAA was necessarily questioned about the role of the Spanish coach, no doubt torn by the situation.
“We talked about the things I have to do. I already know Rafa. I’ve seen him play and I’ve played against him before. Fred (Fontang), my coach, gives me the stats from previous games and we see what worked and what didn’t, so I can get a better idea. Other than that, he didn’t give me the secret that no one knows to beat him. Nothing in particular. I just want to give my best, whether I win or lose. This is the most important thing”said on 6e world player, who will play his qualification for the last four against Taylor Fritz.
Published on Wednesday November 16, 2022 at 09:12