On July 8, local time, the 2019 Wimbledon Tennis Championships started the fourth round of singles competition. In the first game on the center court, the No. 3 seed and Spanish king Nadal did not let his opponent find a break point. He swept the Portuguese guy Sosa with three 6-2 scores and advanced to the men’s singles quarterfinals. The winner of the semi-finals Querrey and his compatriot Sandgren.
Compared to other big seeds, Nadal’s Wimbledon signing is the most difficult, especially in the second round to face the previous bitter fight Kyrgios, but he won 3 -1 won a hearty victory and defeated French veteran Tsonga in the last round to enter the round of 16. His opponent in this round is Portuguese Sosa, who defeated former runner-up Cilic on the way to advancement. He has played against Nadal twice without winning.
In the first game, Nadal dominated the game as soon as he came up, breaking serve consecutively to get a 4-0 lead, and then the two kept serving each. Dahl did not allow his opponent to break serve and win a set 6-2 first.
In the second set, Nadal broke serve again and led 2-0. Then the two still entered With the rhythm of their respective holdings, Nadal broke again at the end of the set and won another set 6-2.
There was still no suspense in the game. Nadal broke serve early in the start, and then broke again at the end of the set, winning another set 6-2, and easily defeated his opponent 3-0 to advance to the quarter-finals. The winner of the semi-finalist Querrey and his compatriot Sandgren. (Frank)