Diego Schwartzman could not before Rafael Nadal when he lost 6-3, 6-3 and 7-6 (0) in the semifinal of Roland Garros and was eliminated from the Grand Slam of Paris, in which he held an exceptional tournament.
At the press conference after the meeting, The Argentine tennis player analyzed what the duel was against the Spanish: “It’s very difficult to beat Rafa. There are times when you feel like you’re there and suddenly the game is over. He finds the solution and has a very great control of almost the entire game. Nadal’s thing is impressive“, he assured first.
At the same time, the Peque differentiated the victory against Nadal at the Masters 1000 in Rome with what happened in the semi-final at Roland Garros: “I think some things were different today. He played better than Roma. He has a lot of games right now in his body, so it’s better for him. He improved some things that maybe in Rome he didn’t do so well. About my game, maybe I made some mistakes with my backhand today. I wasn’t really aggressive with the backhand. Maybe I made some mistakes trying to move the ball, trying to be aggressive. That was different in Rome too. I think he improved and I played a little worse, “he said.
About Your Top 10 Breakthrough and Your Next Goal, Schwartzman said: “The key to entering the top ten was playing him from peer to peer to the best in those instances of the quarterfinals, semifinals and that is why today I got into that place. Now important months are coming where everything adds up and the objective is to enter the MastersI feel at that level ”, he declared.
By last, the Argentine praised Nadal for his great game: “Nadal is always looking for the moment to have the solutions at all times. At that moment when I was playing better than him and finding my way to the fourth set, he made two winners and then a serve and volley. I didn’t. Wait, he started to be aggressive. In the tiebreak, I think I had a little bad luck in some points that maybe I deserved to win and continue playing well. But Rafa is Rafa. I think he knows how to improve, “he concluded.