Why Nadal did not win the championship in the ATP Finals this year?

Nadal is one of the greatest players in the world, but he has yet to win the championship in the ATP Finals.

Nadal, currently ranked 2 in the world, is one of the richest players in tennis history. The enduring strength and spirit that never gives up are one of the main reasons that the Spaniard has become such a great player.

Nadal is the champion of the Roland Garros 2020

With Roland Garros championship past, Nadal’s record of 20 Grand Slam titles Federer. However, the 34-year-old still lacks the ATP Finals title (a tournament for the eight best players of the year) to add to his massive collection.

At the ATP Finals 2020 that ended not long ago, Nadal was unlucky to stop in the semi-finals against Daniil Medvedev, who won the championship later. In the semifinals, Nadal won set 1 (6-3), even holding the serve in the decisive game of set 2 while leading 5-4. However, Medvedev made a spectacular comeback when he defeated “Gaur” with the score 2-1 (3-6, 7-6, 6-3) to reach the final.

Andy Murray, the only one-time ATP Finals champion back in 2016, explained Nadal’s case: It’s not Nadal’s best pitch and maybe if it’s played on the pitch. clay in the past 10-12 years, he probably won it 6 or 7 times.

So make sure the pitch is a contributing factor. It all depends on your taste, style of play, combinations, and a lot of reasons. Nadal will be very motivated and really want to win this tournament. But it was a tough pitch for him against top players.

In 2020, Rafael Nadal excellently crowned Roland Garros for the 13th time, thereby balancing the 20 Grand Slam record of legendary rival Roger Federer. This makes the public even more headache when placing both on the comparison court, as well as answering the question “Who is the greatest player of all time”.

However, according to Joan Mir, the champion of Motor GP, Nadal is the one who makes him admire more. Besides compatriot love and talent, the 23-year-old athlete also praised the humble personality of “Gaur”.