Nadal adds to latest frustrations for Fish
Rafael Nadal continues to get better on a surface other than clay. His latest win showed how his game is evolving, while his opponent, American Mardy Fish, suffered a seventh straight loss.
WIMBLEDON, England -- Rafael Nadal is only a month past his 21st birthday, but he already has learned how to command the big moment.
On Tuesday, at the end of a vigorous match with Mardy Fish, Nadal contemplated his first match point. He squinted across the net at Fish, unconsciously reached back to adjust his, uh, pants and calmly blasted an ace down the middle.
Nadal, the No. 2 seed and reigning three-time French Open champion, dispatched the American by a 6-3, 7-6 (4), 6-3 ...
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