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Dolgopolov have clashed eight times over the course of their careers, with Nadal leading the head to head 6-2. Nadal won their first five matches, beginning in Madrid in 2010 at the Masters 1000 event in the round of 32. The Spaniard was a comfortable 6-4 6-3 winner and won with similar ease in the next three matches all of which came on hard courts. Their fifth meeting came on clay in the final in Rio in 2014 which Nadal also won in straight sets, although Dolgopolov pushed the Spaniard to a tiebreak in the second set. Dolgopolov then scored back to back wins over the Spaniard in 2014 in Indian Wells and in 2015 at Queen’s. Nadal, however, reasserted himself in their most recent meeting, which came earlier this year in Brisbane. The Spaniard was again a straight sets winner in the round of 32.
The Spaniard also has considerably more experience than Dolgopolov. Although the Ukrainian has a respectable 207 match wins and 3 career titles, those numbers pale in comparison with Nadal’s 858 wins and 73 titles. Furthermore, whilst Dolgopolov is looking to reach his second Major quarterfinal (Australian Open, 2011) Nadal has played in 31.
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Roger Federer vs Frances Tiafoe US Open tennis is live from New York on Tuesday, 29 August from 8:30pm local time/ 30 August from 1:30am BST.
Given all that he has done this season, and all that has happened to his rivals, Federer should be the firm favourite for the US Open title, but the equation is slightly complicated by a back injury that hampered him in Montreal, and forced him out of Cincinnati. Still, looking through the field, it’s almost impossible to back anyone other than the great Swiss to go on and win the title. Last year’s finalists, Novak Djokovic and Stan Wawrinka are absent, so is world number two, Andy Murray, leaving Rafael Nadal and Alexander Zverev as his closest challengers, rankings wise, at Flushing Meadows. Federer has already beaten Nadal three times on hard courts this season, while Zverev is still a bit of a greenhorn when it comes to making deep runs at majors.
Federer meets a man at the opposite end of the spectrum on Tuesday, with first round opponent, Tiafoe seeking his first ever win at the US Open. Tiafoe fell to Viktor Troicki in straight sets in his first ever main draw match at Flushing Meadows in 2015, but he made a much better feast of it in 2016, losing to compatriot, John Isner in a fifth set tie break.
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Rafael Nadal will kick-start his 2017 US Open campaign Tuesday (Wednesday in Australia) against Serbia’s Dusan Lajovic. Nadal hasn’t won at Flushing Meadows, New York, since 2013.
Lajovic began the year on a strong note and earned a career-best ranking World No. 57. However, the Serb underwent a downturn since the European claycourt season and dropped back to World No. 85. In their only previous meeting, Nadal eased past Lajovic in straight-sets to ease into the Round of 16 of the 2014 French Open. On paper, this should be an easy win for Nadal.
US Open champions Stan Wawrinka (2016), Andy Murray (2012) and Novak Djokovic (2011, 2015) pulling out of the tournament with injuries, Nadal is the strong co-favourite to add another Grand Slam title to his illustrious career. The other favourite, Roger Federer, will also begin his campaign Tuesday against American teenager Frances Tiafoe.
Federer would get slotted into the other half of the draw — to set p a potential Federer vs Nadal final. However, Murray’s slot has been taken by the fifth-seeded Marin Cilic. A day before his first round match, Nadal said he was taking each game in his stride.