Six years later Almagro reported on Tennis TV how this triumph was, in which it’s his solely victory over his pal Rafa Nadal in 16 matches between them on the ATP circuit. “It was robust as a result of there was a little bit of wind on the observe and it’s actually tough to play in these sorts of situations. However I believe I performed superb tennis and was very targeted. I lastly beat Rafa. The final sport was very onerous. I had lots on my thoughts, however I used to be very comfortable. “Thus Almagro took the thorn out for the 2 defeats he suffered in opposition to Nadal at Godó in the 2006 semifinals and the 2013 remaining. “You attempt to consider your tennis, it’s higher not to consider the earlier statistics. I believe that on these events I performed good video games and I had alternatives. I attempted to play my tennis and eventually I might beat him.”A match in which Nadal acknowledged Almagro’s effort after his defeat. “That is sport, nothing extra. It’s not my happiest day however I by no means thought I might win so many video games in a row. I felt that I needed to do quite a lot of issues nicely to win the sport however in the tip I lacked slightly bit. “ Throughout this week the Actual Membership de Tenis de Barcelona must be internet hosting the Barcelona Open Banc Sabadell, one of the vital excellent tournaments held in Spain throughout the ATP Tour. Nonetheless, the coronavirus pandemic has pressured the match to be canceled till 2021.Thus Rafa Nadal must wait to win his twelfth clay title in Barcelona, in one in all his favourite tournaments and the place he has solely misplaced 4 video games out of the 65 he has performed.A type of defeats ended a Nadal’s historic streak in the match after including 41 consecutive victories: the one which Nadal suffered in the 2014 quarter-final in opposition to Murcia’s Nicolás Almagro, who received 2-6, 7-6 (5) and 6-4 after 2 hours and 47 minutes of the sport. It was Nadal’s second loss in the match after the one he suffered in 2003 when he was overtaken by Alex Corretja.