Fognini doubts Nadal’s injury win: ‘Don’t believe it’

“Stop believing what you read, please.” With a story on Instagram – one of those stories that automatically disappear after 24 hours but leave a lasting trace on the web – Fabio Fognini Talk about Rafael Nadal winning the quarter-finals Wimbledon against Taylor Fritz. The Spaniard won the tie-breaker in Group E, thus qualifying for Friday’s semi-final against Kyrgios.

Hashtag #4h20

What went wrong with the 35-year-old from Arma di Taggia, ranked 63 in the world, who left the stage in the first round at Wimbledon? Most likely the fact that the 36-year-old left-handed Manacor’s victory was said to be a heroic feat due to the abdominal muscle injury the world number two had to contend with during the second set, a problem that seemed a precursor to retraction (as suggested by the grandstand by Nadal’s father ) which did not happen then. Fognini, in an article that appeared on the web, emphasized “injured” and then added “definitely” and completed the story with the hashtag #4h20, the duration of the match between Nadal and Fritz. A way of saying it is impossible – in his opinion – to stay on the field for long while injured and win the game.

“No mention of Rafa”

Later, back on Instagram, the Ligurian tennis player explained that he “never mentioned a champ like Rafa. I couldn’t afford it!!!!”. He then turned to reporters and wrote: “It’s time to stop writing and report everything you want wrong. Having said that, I wish Rafa and his team the best of luck in the Wimbledon final.”

Nadal is stronger than pain and Fritz: wins the superset of the fifth set and goes to the semi-finals at Wimbledon. Great match against Kyrgios on Friday

by Paolo Rossi



Nadal, semi-finals in doubt

Nadal – who has been in full swing after his successes in Australia and Roland Garros in full swing at the Grand Slam – is expected on Friday in the semi-final against Australian Kyrgios. it will be? At the press conference, after the match with Fritz, he did not give certainty. “I don’t know that I will be able to play in the semi-finals. I will do some tests to understand: I wasn’t good for a few days but with Fritz it was the worst moment. The pain increased, as did the ‘restrictions’. I won the match, let’s see what happens now”, said the Spaniard . “I haven’t decided yet whether I will be on the field against Kyrgios or not. The final decision has to be made by the player but I have to face the doctors and do some tests. There is something more important than winning Wimbledon and that is health. Let’s see how it develops. “.


Wimbledon 2022: Board and Calendar

Final (Sunday 10 July)

F1 – F2

SEMIFINAL (Friday, July 8)

Djokovic – Nuri

Kyrgios – Nadal

Quarter-finals

Djokovic – Wrong

Joffin – Nouri

Garen – Kyrgios

Fritz – Nadal

Eighth final

Djokovic – Van Reethoven

The Wrong – Alkaraz

Joffin – Tiafu

Nori – Pol

Garen – de Menor

Kobler – Fritz

Nakashima – Kyrgios

Van de Zandschulp – Nadal

Council of the first three rounds

first round second round third round Qualified for the round of 16
Djokovic vs Kwon
Djokovic
against. Djokovic
kookinakis
Kokkinakis vs Majchrzak
Djokovic
Tapelo vs. Djer
tablo
against. Kikmanowicz
Kikmanowicz
Melman vs. Kikmanovic
Basilashvili vs. Rusol
Basilashvili
against. Basilashvili
Hales
Bayer vs. Hales
Van Reethoven
Van Reethoven vs. Delbonis
Van Reethoven
against. Van Reethoven
Opelka
Taberner vs. Opelka
Sener vs. Wawrinka
kafir
against. kafir
Prince
Altmaier vs. M. Ymer
kafir
Murray vs. Duckworth
Murray
against. Eisner
Eisner
Cocod vs Isner
Ooty vs. Gojowczyk
oti
against. oti
Harrison
Clark vs. Harrison
Alcaraz
Grixborough vs. Fognini
Grexburg
against. Alcaraz
Alcaraz
Struve vs. Alcaraz
Rudd vs. Ramos Vinolas
Rod
against. Humbert
Humbert
Echevry vs Humbert
Joffin
Goffin vs. Albot
Joffin
against. Joffin
Bayes
Daniel vs. Baez
Tiafu vs Favasori
tiafu
against. tiafu
Martier
Martier vs. Biden
tiafu
Bublik vs Fucsovics
public
against. public
Lajovic
Lajovic vs Carreno Posta
Nuri vs Andugar
My light
against. My light
Munnar
Montero vs Munnar
My light
Peniston vs Laxonin
Penniston
against. Johnson
Johnson
Johnson vs. Dimitrov
Paul vs Verdasco
pee
against. pee
Mannarino
Mannarino vs Purcell
pee
Korea vs Vesely
onion
against. onion
Davidovich Fokina
Davidovich Fokina vs Hurkacz
Ymir vs. Garen
running
against. running
greener
Heusler vs. Grenier
running
Kolar vs. Ponzi
Ponzi
against. broxby
broxby
Kokoshkin vs Proxby
De Minor vs Dylan
de menor
against. de menor
draper
Burgess vs. Draper
de menor
Brody vs. Klein
Brody
against. Brody
Schwartzman
Kozlov vs Schwartzman
Shapovalov vs. Rinderknech
Shapovalov
against. Nakashima
Nakashima
Nakashima vs Kon
Nakashima
Galan vs Kupffer
Jalan
against. Jalan
Bautista Agut
Balazs vs Bautista Agut
Krajinovic vs. Lehecka
Krajinovic
against. Kyrgios
Kyrgios
Job vs. Kyrgios
Kyrgios
Karpales Pena vs. Thompson
Thomson
against. Tsitsipas
Tsitsipas
Richard vs. Tsitsipas
Alyssum Auger vs. Chrissy
Chrissy
against. sock
sock
Zapata Mirales vs Sock
Kobler
Novak vs. Bagness
Novak
against. Kobler
Kobler
Kobler vs. Evans
Ron vs. Jiron
geronne
against. Mulkan
Mulkan
Martinez vs. Mulcan
Fritz
Gray vs. Tsing
grey
against. Fritz
Fritz
Musetti vs. Fritz
Burgess vs McDonald
McDonald
against. Gasquet
Gasquet
Souza vs. Gasquet
Van de Zandschulp
or
Rossovo vs Nishioka
russovo
against. Van de Zandschulp
Van de Zandschulp
Lopez vs Van de Zandschulp
Sonego vs. Kudla
Songo
against. Songo
Gaston
Poprine vs Gaston
Nadal
Querrey vs. Berankis
berankes
against. Nadal
Nadal
Serondolo vs Nadal

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