FedEx ATP Reveals some shocking Statistics about Nadal

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BY Muthoni
6:42 am April 19, 2018

It’s Rafael Nadal against Federer and Djokovic; Shocking Stats

Nadal is the best player on the planet at confronting difficulty.  

That is as indicated by FedEx ATP Performance Zone, who rank the Spaniard above opponents Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic in what number of matches he has dug out from a deficit to win. Nadal has been playing for lesser years than both Federer and Djokovic but has shown outstanding performance regardless. This means by the time he is as old as his opponents, he will have a possibly unbreakable record.

The gathered ‘Huge Four’, which additionally incorporates Andy Murray, top the outlines as the in all likelihood players to win a match in the wake of going a set down.

Every one of those stars has additionally prevailed upon 100 Tour matches having fought against eminent loss.

It is broadly felt that the best players, who once in a while surrender an early set, think that it’s hard to react when they end up in the obscure.

However, Nadal has really won 42.5 percent of the matches he has fallen behind in. That is the kind of resilience that has kept the young star ahead of most opponents.

Djokovic is not far behind in second place with 42.2 percent and Federer (41.1 percent) just edges Murray (41.1 percent).

FedEx ATP Performance Zone include that there is just a single player in history to have won more than they lost subsequent to dropping the principal set.

That unbelievable player is Rod Laver. He holds a staggering 50.4 percent win proportion in the wake of making an awful begin.

Nadal will plan to stay at the highest point of the rankings when he tries to safeguard his Monte Carlo crown this week.

In any case, the Spaniard is gutted that he won’t have the capacity to confront Federer on earth.

In his own words concerning Federer, Nadal had this to say. “He said a couple of days ago that he would love to play against me again on clay over the best of five sets, so I thought he would play Roland Garros,”

Then a few days later he says he will not play, so there’s a little bit of controversy with that.

“I don’t care. He takes his decisions.”

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