December 8, 2022

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Barcelona Omnium | Nadal-Citsipas clash in the final

Barcelona Omnium |  Nadal-Citsipas clash in the final

(Barcelona) Rafael Nadal of Spain defeated his compatriot Pablo Carreno Busta 6-3, 6-2 in the semi-finals of the Barcelona Open on Saturday to set the stage for the final.

Associated Press

Nadal, he wants 12 peopleE Carono Busta, the sixth seed to earn a career title on Catalan clay, was knocked out in one hour and 29 minutes.

Mallorcaon holds a career record of 6-2 over Tsitsipas, his most recent victory over him in the quarterfinals of the Australian Open earlier this year.

For his part, Citsipas got his pass to the final after doing a little work of hopeful Janick Sinner 6-3, 6-3 in the other semi-final presented this morning.

Photo by John Manfort, Associated Press

Stefanos citsipas

Tsitsipas, the second seed of the tournament, defeated Sinner in one hour and 23 minutes, bringing his career record to 2-1 against the 19-year-old Italian.

The Greek saved four break points given to his opponent, and he changed three of the 10 given by Sinner during the clash.

The serve made a difference in favor of Citzepas, however, as he won 72% of the time when he played his first ball. In comparison, 19E World Rocket recorded only a 57% success rate under the same conditions.

The fifth player in the world to win the Masters in Monte-Carlo last week has been on fire recently. He also wants a second title in 2021 and a seventh in his career.

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