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Pedro Pardo | Agence France-Presse

Spain Rafael Nadal The Australian criticized it Nick KyrgiosIn the second round of Open Tennis Open in ACB 2019, he won in Acapulco, with little respect for the public and his opponent.

"He performs his show, he has a great talent and he has done well and won it. We have to congratulate him," Nadal said at the post-match press conference Kyrgyzians 3-6, 7-6 (7/2) and 7-6 ( 8-6) he won.

However, the world rankings number 2 did not play in the Australia match How to surprise the surprise at the service below and jumps with winning shots.

"I do not think he's a bad boy," Nadal said He is missing out on the public, the opponent and his "respect"..

Of course, the "Feira de Manacor & # 39; said 32, of which 17 as professionals, attitudes like Kyrgios, newer younger years, They did not pull out of the box.

"A boy carries extra things in the fields, it did not make me," Nadal said. "I'm not mad at all".

During the match and victory process, the Spaniard reminded him not to take advantage of all the positive situations, Three point point included & Step-by-step & # 39 ;.

"I was scoring almost always, I think mine was the leastBut if you do not take advantage of many options when you are playing in front of the players you like, in this case there have been many, "he explored.

Nadal did not make the result cry, but he was happy to warn him not to win the first place to win the championship.

"Obviously, I'm sad, it's time to go unnoticed and I wanted to compete this week. The biggest sorrow is not a failure, but tomorrow's compete to go," he lamented.

In the opening of the Mexican Open in 2020, Nadal said "Acapulco is my definitive place in my calendar and I'll always be back ready ".



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