Hard to make sense of Nadal loss
WIMBLEDON, England -- Two days before his first match at the All England Club, Rafael Nadal struggled to find some semblance of concentration.
Saturday on Court No. 14, he sprayed forehands randomly wide and long, while hitting partner Kevin Anderson watched with a tangible degree of discomfort. Rafa's coach, his Uncle Toni, watched with crossed arms and offered whispered suggestions in Spanish.
There were times when it appeared he was limping.
A few hours later he was asked ...
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