Madrid Open Quarter Final Live: Follow Nadal vs Alcaraz Live – Rafael Nadal made a great comeback after losing the first set to Carlos Alcaraz, taking the game to a decisive stage by winning the second set 6-1. After winning the first set 6-2, Alcaraz suffered an ankle injury and changed pace for Nadal in the second set as he broke the youngster twice. Follow all live updates of Madrid Open on InsideSport.IN

This young man in the current calendar year is exciting. He defeated Nicolas Basilashvili 6-3, 7-5 and then set the blockbuster fight against Rafael Nadal by defeating Cameron Norie 6-4, 6-7, 6-3.

Madrid Open Quarter Final Live: Carlos Alcaraz takes the lead in the deciding set against Rafael Nadal – follow Nadal vs Alcaraz live updates

3-1 to Alcaraz, Alcaraz beat Nadal early in the third set to take a 3-1 lead.

Set 3

8-1 to Nadal, In the second set, they came back with a 6-1 victory and took the game to a decisive stage.

5-1 to Nadal, Nadal took a double break over Carlos Alcaraz 5-1 in the second set.

3-1 to Nadal, After a medical time-out, Nadal broke Alcaraz for the first time in the second set, winning four points in a row.

Carlos Alcaraz received a treatment after spraining his right ankle. His ankle was severely injured. Will this hinder Alcaraz’s chances in the competition? We have to wait and find out.

2-1 to Nadal, Nadal eventually returned to the crease as he won two of his service games to take a 2-1 lead.

Set 2

6-2 from Alcaraz, This young man showed his dominance to surpass Nadal in the first set.

5-2 Alcaraz, The 19-year-old Alcaraz led Nadal 5-2 for the third time in the set.

2-1 to Alcaraz, After a long stalemate at 40-40, Alcaraz finally managed to break Nadal for the second time with a 2-1 lead in the first set.

1-1 to Nadal. Carlos Alcaraz, trailing 0-40 in the service game, came back with a score of 40-40, saving three break points. However he failed to close the set as Nadal broke him to a 1-1 draw.

1-0 to Carlos AlcarazAlcaraz took over as soon as he broke Nadal in the first game.

Rafael Nadal won the coin toss and decided to serve first.

Set 1

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Rafael Nadal, meanwhile, saved four match points to advance to the quarter-finals of the Madrid Open after beating Belgium’s David Goffin 6-3, 5-6, 6-6 (9) in a tempting match on Thursday. Clash with teenage compatriot Carlos Alcaraz.

As his favorite Real Madrid came back from the brink of reaching the Champions League soccer final on Wednesday, the 35-year-old Nadal found extra strength in reserve to win a long tie-break.

The win was the 1,050th win of his career as he advanced to the Masters 1000 quarter-finals for the 99th time and scored two last-gap goals in Real’s dramatic 3-1 win over Manchester City.

“Yesterday was an unforgettable night. The spirit that Real Madrid had was incredible. For me today, it was an inspiration, “ Nadal made the remarks in a post-match interview with ATP.

Going back to play his second match after returning from a rib injury, Nadal rusted as he saved Goffin two match points in the second set, which stunned home fans at the Manolo Santana Stadium.

“Three hours 10 (minutes) on the court helps me improve my physical performance. Saving match points is a very important win, which gives confidence to continue. Nadal added.

Nadal vs. Alcaraz head to head

Nadal lost to Alcaraz in straight sets in Madrid a year ago and the pair met in the Indian Wells semifinals in March, where Nadal won three sets but not before the teenager underlined his huge potential.

Years Events Surface RND The winner The result
2022 ATP Masters 1000 Indian Wells
Outdoor hard SF Rafael Nadal 64 46 63
2021 ATP Masters 1000 Madrid
Outdoor clay R32 Rafael Nadal 61 72

Madrid Open Quarter Final Live: Carlos Alcaraz leads the set against Rafael Nadal – follow Nadal vs Alcaraz live updates

The match will be played at 6.30 pm Indian time.

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Madrid Open Quarter Final Live: Carlos Alcaraz leads the set against Rafael Nadal – follow Nadal vs Alcaraz live updates

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