A stage with a deep horizon is closed in Melbourne. Rafael Nadal has a favorable head-to-head (6-1) against Stefanos Tsitsipas in the last of the men’s quarterfinals at the Australian Open. It can be followed around 5.30 on ESPN2.
The last time they measured their strength was in the 2020 ATP Finals, when the Spaniard won in three sets. However, it is said, one party is never the same as another. Nadal arrives with some other physical discomfort and the Greek, meanwhile, advanced to that instance due to the non-presentation of the Italian Matteo Berrettini.
Likewise, Nadal continues to harvest astonishing statistical data with his tennis career. In fact, she signed her 43rd appearance in the quarterfinals of a Grand Slam, becoming the 13th at the Australian event. Curiously, this is where he has reached this stage the most times, only behind Roland Garros, despite having only been able to win one title so far in Melbourne.
What’s more, Daniil Medvedev will meet his compatriot Andrey Rublev. The best placed in the world ranking prevailed on the three occasions in which they faced each other and has a balance of sets in his favor of 7-0. The game will start no earlier than 1 on Wednesday on ESPN2.