Sumit Nagal (* August in Jhajjar) ist ein indischer Tennisspieler. Inhaltsverzeichnis. 1 Karriere. Junior Tour; Profi Tour; Davis Cup. 2 Erfolge. Tennis: Sumit Nagal Live Ergebnisse, Ergebnisse, Auslosungen, Matchzusammenfassungen mit mit Match History Punt für Punkt, Wettvergleichen und H2H. Melde dich hier für dein kostenloses Probetraining an und werde Teil unserer Academy-Familie! Unsere Professionals. Sumit Nagal. Profil. Geburtsjahr:
Sumit Nagalim ATP-Ranking, Sumit Nagal aus Indien. Runde eins am Dienstag gegen den Spanier Jaume Munar zeigte noch keinen Thiem in Hochform. Sumit Nagal ist ein indischer Tennisspieler. Vor allem Federer hat in diesen Momenten sein Spiel gesteigert und angefangen, gutes Tennis zu spielen. Das Nagal hart gekämpft hat und zurück in das.
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New York. Stan Wawrinka. Prague Challenger. Marco Trungelliti. All Lower. They have played 40 times. Nadal leads 24—16 overall and 10—4 in Grand Slam tournaments.
Nadal has a winning record on clay 14—2 and outdoor hard courts 8—6 , while Federer leads the indoor hard courts 5—1 and grass 3—1.
As tournament seedings are based on rankings, 24 of their matches have been in tournament finals, including an all-time record nine Grand Slam tournament finals.
Four of these matches were five-set matches and Wimbledon, and Australian Open , and the Wimbledon final has been lauded as the greatest match ever by many long-time tennis analysts.
Novak Djokovic and Nadal have met 56 times more than any other pair in the Open Era and Nadal leads 10—6 at the Grand Slams and trails 27—29 overall.
In the Wimbledon final, Djokovic won in four sets for his first Grand Slam final victory over Nadal. This is the longest Grand Slam tournament final in Open era history at 5 hours, 53 minutes.
Nadal defeated Djokovic in the French Open final. Djokovic then won seven consecutive meetings including a win in straight sets in the quarterfinals of the French Open which ended Nadal's match win streak at Stade Roland-Garros and an opportunity for a sixth consecutive title, with Djokovic becoming only the second player after Robin Söderling to defeat Nadal at the event.
Nadal easily defeated Djokovic in the Madrid Open semifinals 6—2, 6—4 , his first victory against the Serb since the French Open. When they next met Nadal beat Djokovic again, this time on clay in the Rome semifinals.
They then met in the Wimbledon semifinals, where Djokovic finally emerged victorious after a battle lasting over five hours that was spread over two days and went to 10—8 in the fifth set.
Then in the Australian Open final, Djokovic easily won in straight sets, marking Nadal's first straight-sets loss in a Grand Slam final.
But in the Rome Masters final, it was Nadal who defeated the Serbian in three sets, and also featured the first time either of them Nadal got a 6—0 win in a set.
In the final of the postponed French Open, Nadal easily defeated Djokovic in straight sets including a second for his record-tying 20th Grand Slam Championship.
Nadal and Andy Murray have met on 24 occasions since , with Nadal leading 17—7. Nadal leads 7—2 on clay, 3—0 on grass, and 7—5 on hard courts including 4—4 on outdoor courts, but Nadal leads 3—1 on indoor hard courts , but trails 1—3 in finals.
Nadal and Stan Wawrinka have met 20 times, with Nadal leading 17—3 Although this rivalry has less significance than rivalries with the other members of the Big Four, the pair have met in several prestigious tournaments.
The rivalry saw Nadal winning the first 12 encounters, all in straight sets, including 2 finals, one of which is a Masters final at Madrid in However, since Wawrinka's breakthrough season in the pair has won an almost equal number of matches against each other 3—4 from onward.
It was also the only match between the pair not resulting in a straight set win for either player. Nadal won their second Grand Slam final, at the French Open.
Nadal and compatriot David Ferrer met a total of 32 times, with the total record ending 26—6 Nadal and Ferrer had met in several prestigious tournaments and important matches.
Ferrer won their first meeting in in Stuttgart in 3 sets, but Nadal went on to win the next four until Ferrer defeated him in the 4th round of the US Open.
The pair met in their first tournament final in , in Barcelona, where Nadal won in three sets. They met a year later again in the Barcelona final, with Nadal taking the title in straight sets.
In , the pair met in their first Masters final in Rome, where Nadal won in straight sets. Ferrer, however, would get his revenge in the Australian Open quarterfinal, defeating Nadal in straight sets for the first time in a grand slam.
Their biggest meeting, came in the French Open final. Ferrer was in his first major final, whereas Nadal was aiming for his 8th title at Roland Garros, and 13th overall.
It was a straightforward victory for Nadal, 6—3, 6—2, 6—3. Between that meeting and , Ferrer and Nadal would go on to play 6 more matches, with Nadal winning 4 of the 6.
In , Ferrer announced that the US Open would be his last Grand Slam tournament, and he would retire the next year in the clay court season in Spain.
Nadal and Ferrer had their first meeting since in the first round in the US Open. Ferrer's final grand slam match, however, ended in injury as he was forced to retire in the 2nd set against Nadal.
Yet, in his second to last tournament in Barcelona, he would have one more meeting with Nadal. Although it was a straight sets victory it was a close match until the end, with the resilient Ferrer fighting until the last point.
The overall score was 6—3, 6—3 in the final match between the two before Ferrer's retirement at the Madrid Open.
Nadal and Juan Martin del Potro have met 17 times, with Nadal leading 11—6 Outside the Big 4, no active player has more wins against Nadal than Del Potro.
The two have met in many prestigious tournaments, including at 3 of the 4 grand slams. Nadal won their first four meetings between and , however Del Potro went on to win the next three, including a straight sets victory at the US Open SF he later went on to win the tournament after defeating Roger Federer in the final.
Their next major meeting came during the Davis Cup final. Nadal in also denied Del Potro his first Masters title, with a victory in 3 sets at the Indian Wells Masters.
However, Del Potro got his revenge, and had one of his most important victories against Nadal in the SF of the Summer Olympics , beating him in three close sets culminating with a tie break.
Del Potro went on to claim the silver medal. After a long span of injuries with both players, the pair met in a Grand Slam for the first time since the R16 at Wimbledon in at the US Open.
However, the Spaniard got the better of him in that encounter, beating Del Potro in 4 sets. The pair then met in 3 of the 4 grand slam events in , including a memorable match at the Wimbledon QF.
The match went on for close to 5 hours, with Nadal coming out on top, 7—5, 6—7, 4—6, 6—4, 6—4. Del Potro then went on to his first grand slam final since his victory in the US Open.
He ended up losing in the final in straight sets to Novak Djokovic. Nadal and Tomas Berdych met a total of 24 times, with Nadal leading 20—4 Although this rivalry is lopsided mostly in favor of Nadal, the two had some incredible matches in many prestigious tournaments.
The pair met at 2 of the 4 grand slams, with 3 meetings at the Australian Open and 2 at Wimbledon, including the final.
Nadal won the match in 3 sets, in what was only his 8th title on the tour. Nadal and Berdych met a few more times in —06, all in Masters tournaments.
Out of their 4 matches, Berdych was able to win in 3, in Canada, Madrid, and Cincinnati. Their first meeting in a Grand Slam came at Wimbledon in They met in the QF, where Nadal defeated Berdych in straight sets.
Their next significant meeting was in the opening round of the Davis Cup Final , where Nadal again defeated Berdych in straight sets.
Spain went on to win the Davis Cup that year. Their next meeting in a final came at a Grand Slam, in Wimbledon. Nadal had reached his 4th Wimbledon final, in an attempt to win his second title.
However the Spaniard was too good for the Czech in the final, and Nadal won in straight sets to take his 8th Grand Slam title. Their next meeting in a Grand Slam came only two years later in the Australian Open quarterfinal, where Nadal won in 4 tight sets.
Nadal would later go on to lose the final to Djokovic in 5 sets. After multiple meetings from to , all of which were won by Nadal, the pair met again at the Australian Open quarterfinal.
Here, after 18 straight losses over 9 years, Berdych was able to claim a win over Nadal, and his only in a Grand Slam against the Spaniard. Berdych won the match in straight sets, including a bagel 6—0 in the second.
The two met later in in Madrid, where Nadal won in straight sets. After both players had prematurely ended their seasons with injuries, both had been playing very well in the season up to that point, with Berdych reaching the final in Doha.
However, like many of their meetings, Nadal dominated the Czech and beat him in straight sets. Berdych retired at the end of the season.
Nadal stands alone in the Open Era as the player with the most clay court titles 60 , and holds an all-time record of 13 French Opens, 11 Monte-Carlo Masters and 11 Barcelona titles.
He also stands alone with the longest single surface win streak in matches clay courts, 81 and in sets clay courts, 50 in the history of the Open Era.
Due to these achievements, many have called Nadal "The King of Clay", [a] and he is widely regarded as the greatest clay-court player in history.
The former tennis player Andre Agassi picked Nadal as the greatest of all time because of the way the Spaniard "had to deal with Federer, Djokovic, Murray in the golden age of tennis".
Nadal is, along with Wilander , one of two male tennis players to win at least two Grand Slams on three different surfaces hard, grass and clay.
Nadal is also, along with Agassi , one of two male tennis players to win the Olympic Gold in singles and the four Grand Slams in his career, a feat known as Career Golden Slam.
In , Nadal became the only male tennis player to win Grand Slams on three different surfaces clay, grass and hard courts the same calendar year.
Nadal holds the record for most consecutive years winning a Grand Slam — , as well as the record for most outdoor titles Nadal's playing style and personality can be summarised by Jimmy Connors : "He's built out of a mold that I think I came from also, that you walk out there, you give everything you have from the first point to the end no matter what the score.
And you're willing to lay it all out on the line and you're not afraid to let the people see that. Nadal generally plays an aggressive, behind-the- baseline game founded on heavy topspin groundstrokes, consistency, speedy footwork and tenacious court coverage, thus making him an aggressive counterpuncher.
He also plays very fine dropshots, which work especially well because his heavy topspin often forces opponents to the back of the court.
Nadal employs a semi-western grip forehand, often with a "lasso-whip" follow-through, where his left arm hits through the ball and finishes above his left shoulder — as opposed to a more traditional finish across the body or around his opposite shoulder.
San Francisco tennis researcher John Yandell used a high-speed video camera and special software to count the average number of revolutions of a tennis ball hit full force by Nadal.
Yandell concluded:. The first guys we did were Sampras and Agassi. They were hitting forehands that in general were spinning about 1, to 1, revolutions per minute.
Federer is hitting with an amazing amount of spin, too, right? Well, we measured one forehand Nadal hit at 4, His average was 3, While Nadal's shots tend to land short of the baseline, the characteristically high bounces his forehands achieve tend to mitigate the advantage an opponent would normally gain from capitalizing on a short ball.
Nadal's serve was initially considered a weak point in his game, although his improvements in both first-serve points won and break points saved since have allowed him to consistently compete for and win major titles on faster surfaces.
Nadal relies on the consistency of his serve to gain a strategic advantage in points, rather than going for service winners.
Before the U. Open, Nadal modified his service grip to a more continental one. Nadal is a clay court specialist in the sense that he has been extremely successful on that surface.
However, Nadal has shed that label owing to his success on other surfaces, including holding simultaneous Grand Slam tournament titles on grass, hard courts, and clay on two separate occasions, winning ten Masters series titles on hard court, and winning the Olympic gold medal on hardcourt.
Despite praise for Nadal's talent and skill, in the past, some had questioned his longevity in the sport, citing his build and playing style as conducive to injury.
Nadal has had several coaches throughout his career. Toni Nadal coached him from to Nadal has been sponsored by Kia Motors since He has appeared in advertising campaigns for Kia as a global ambassador for the company.
In May , Kia released a claymation viral ad featuring Nadal in a tennis match with an alien. Nike serves as Nadal's clothing and shoe sponsor.
Nike encouraged Nadal to update his look in order to reflect his new status as the sport's top player at that time  and associate Nadal with a style that, while less distinctive than his "pirate" look, would be more widely emulated by consumers.
As of the season [update] , Nadal's racquets are painted to resemble the new Babolat AeroPro Drive with Cortex GT racquet in order to market a current model which Babolat sells.
In , luxury watchmaker Richard Mille announced that he had developed an ultra-light wristwatch in collaboration with Nadal called the Richard Mille RM Tourbillon watch.
In June , Nadal joined the group of sports endorsers of the PokerStars online poker cardroom. In explaining why she chose Nadal for the video, Shakira was quoted as saying in an interview with the Latin American Herald Tribune : "I thought that maybe I needed someone I could in some way identify with.
And Rafael Nadal is a person who has been totally committed to his career since he was very young. Since he was 17, I believe. The facility has 26 tennis courts among its sporting areas.
I want to congratulate the Thai people and congratulate the King for this unbelievable day. I wish all the best for this idea.
It's very, very nice. The foundation will focus on social work and development aid particularly on childhood and youth.
The truth is we live great here I can contribute something with my image I have to thank Iker, my project partner, who went all out for it, [ Coach and uncle Toni Nadal and his agent, former tennis player Carlos Costa , are also involved.
Roger Federer has given Nadal advice on getting involved in philanthropy. Despite the fact that poverty in India struck him particularly hard, Nadal wants to start by helping "people close by, in the Balearic Islands , in Spain, and then, if possible, abroad".
On 16 October , Nadal traveled to India for the first time to visit his tennis academy for underprivileged children at Anantapur Sports Village , in the Anantapur City, Andhra Pradesh.
His foundation has also worked in the Anantapur Educational Center project, in collaboration with the Vicente Ferrer Foundation. Rafael Nadal opened his tennis academy centre to Majorca flood victims in October Nadal is an avid fan of association football club Real Madrid.
On 8 July , it was reported that he had become a shareholder of RCD Mallorca , his local club by birth, in an attempt to assist the club from debt.
Shortly after acquiring his interest in Mallorca, Nadal called out UEFA for apparent hypocrisy in ejecting the club from the —11 UEFA Europa League for excessive debts, saying through a club spokesperson, "Well, if those are the criteria upon which UEFA is operating, then European competition will only comprise two or three clubs because all the rest are in debt, too.
He is a fervent supporter of the Spanish national team , and he was one of six people not affiliated with the team or the national federation allowed to enter the team's locker room following Spain's victory in the FIFA World Cup Final.
This news came after weeks of speculation in Internet posts and message boards over Nadal's personal issues as the cause of his setback.
Nadal is an agnostic atheist. CNN released an article about Nadal's childhood inspiration, and called him "the Dragon Ball of tennis" owing to his unorthodox style "from another planet".
In addition to tennis and football, Nadal enjoys playing golf and poker. Current through the ATP Finals. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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Now he is looking forward to start a new adventure in the United States as he will start his college career very soon at an American University.
Of the more than 60 matches Rafa Nadal has won in Rome, one of the most memorable before reaching any of the eleven finals he has disputed there came against Nikolay Davydenko in Until then, he had won all 15 matches he had played in the Italian capital, but the Russian was ready to end his streak.
For three hours and 39 minutes, the Spaniard had to battle it out on court to see off a stubborn opponent -then No.
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