Friday, June 6, 2014

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Kind of clay Rafael Nadal made it through to the semifinals of the French Open 2014 by defeating countrymen David Ferrer in pretty much easy work and he setup the semifinal meeting against britains Andy Murray who defeated local favourite Gael Monfils after an epic 3 hours 30 minute battel which went into 5th set (6-4, 6-1, 4-6, 1-6, 6-0) after winning the first two sets Murray dropped the next two and things were not looking great for the scotsman but he produced a late surge to power through to the semifinals.


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Rafael Nadal will be taking on Andy Murray on Friday, 06th june 2014 after noon at around 15:00 GMT in the Philippe Chatrier arena. We will have the free live stream of both the semifinal match taking place on friday so tune in here to catch the live action. In the other semifinal we will have Novak Djokovic vs Ernests Gulbis later in the day.
Rafael Nadal vs Andy Murray – Head To Head

Looking at the head to head record of both players we can see that Nadal has upper hand on Murray both in overall matches and in the grand slam matches. below table shows their matches wins and loss ratio between the two.

As you can see Andy Murray has never defeated Nadal at the clay courts and they only meet one time in the French Open back in 2011 when Nadal won the match is straight sets (6–4, 7–5, 6–4). So Murray hasto go against the odds to stop Nadal from reaching his 9 French Open final and in the last 9 years only Robin Soderling was the one who could manag a win over Nadal in French Open event so Andy Murray has to make history if he was to win against Nadal come friday afternoon.

Predictions: Nadal lost the opening set against david Ferrer and did not looked at his best but still managed to steamrol the spaniard with winning next three set, while Andy Murray had to dig deep to get a win over Gael Monfils in a marathon of a match. With all the injury worries in the last one year for Nadal and this long match might have a impact on Murray’s performance. If Nadal play anywhere near his best tennis he should beat Murray to reach another final at Roland Garros. I am going with straight sets win for Nadal.

The French Open is one of the most exciting tennis tournaments of the year, and the 2014 edition is heating up as the men’s semifinals matchups will take place on Friday.

Not only is No. 1 seed Rafael Nadal set to square off against No. 7 seed Andy Murray in a high-profile matchup, but No. 2 seed Novak Djokovic is also scheduled to take on red-hot No. 18 seed Ernests Gulbis in an unexpected semifinal.

When Nadal squares off against Murray in the semifinals, the tennis world will be focused on the matchup between two of the most recognizable stars in the sport.

Nadal is the king of Roland Garros. With eight previous titles at the French Open, there is no disputing that Nadal knows how to win on the clay and shut down his high-profile opponents, just as he did No. 5 seed David Ferrer in the quarterfinals.

The Spanish champion spoke to the media, via, about the adjustments he made during his match with Ferrer and how they led him to a victory:

Murray deserves immense credit for defeating ranked players like No. 28 seed Philipp Kohlschreiber, No. 24 seed Fernando Verdasco and No. 23 seed Gael Monfils, but he will face his toughest test by far with Nadal.

Just as Nadal adjusted to the strengths of Ferrer, Murray will likely come out fast and try to get the defending champion on the ropes early. If Nadal can weather the storm and make the proper changes needed on the fly, the Spanish star will send Murray back to Great Britain with a loss.