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Jul 3, 2015

Wimbledon: The nightmare continues for Nadal eliminated in the second round

Good bye Rafa. Released by the 102nd player in the world, Nadal still has prematurely left Wimbledon on Thursday in the second round. Nadal, back down in 10th place, continues to sink into the gloom of a dark season, the worst of his career.
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The former world number one, twice titrated to London in 2008 and 2010, was defeated in four sets (7-5, 3-6, 6-4, 6-4) against the German Dustin Brown . "It's the sport," commented the Spaniard soberly, while his opponent had a press conference with a Superman t-shirt.

Dustin Brown, unimpressed
The thirties of Jamaican origin, with his dreadlocks, her piercings and her tank top but with no title on the clock, made his first appearance on Centre Court. And he had nothing to lose. Not really impressed, he relied on his game to the old by multiplying the mounted net (47 points on 85 attempts) behind an efficient service (13 aces), to eject Rafael Nadal in 2:33.

"Life goes on, my career too," philosophized the Spaniard, who had not experienced such a low ranking for over ten years. It is not safe to downgrade if Tsonga (12th) reached the semifinals. This season, he has won two tournaments (Buenos Aires, Stuttgart) and was dispossessed of his crown at Roland Garros , he dominated the tournament nine times in ten years.
First year without a Grand Slam?
"For sure it's a sad moment for me, 'he admits. We must accept that it happens, that's what I've always done. We must move forward, this is
Rafael Nadal facing Dustin Brown in the second round of Wimbledon, July 2, 2015.
not the end. "The US Open, which begins in late August, will be his last opportunity to not live in a Grand Slam drought for the first time since 2004, when n 'was still a kid.
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Meanwhile, perhaps a start, Nadal a low profile: "I am a good loser. I've never seen good to the point of not recognizing when someone is better than me. " In the club of "three-digit classifications" which can boast of being better than the star at Wimbledon, Dustin Brown, who was congratulated by John McEnroe in person for his stunt, he joined the Australian nick kyrgios (then World 144th , last year), Belgian Steve Darcis (135th in 2013) and the Czech Lukas Rosol (100th in 2012).

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