Nadal wins Dimitrov in two sets and qualifies for the Acapulco final



In the final Rafa will face this Saturday against the American Taylor Fritz, winner by 2-6, 7-5, 6-3

Rafael Nadal

Rafa Nadal, during the Acapulco Open.

Spanish Rafael Nadal, second of the ATP rnking, defeat this Friday 6-3, 6-2 to the Blgaro Grigor Dimitrov and it was classified at the end of the Mexican Tennis Open, in the Acapulco spa.

It was a closed duel in which The Blgaro showed a high level tennis, but it was not fine in the decisive moments.

In the first set, Dimitrov broke first, in the third game, but could not confirm in the fourth and lost the serve in the sixth with what Manacor was ahead by 4-2.

The key to the set was in the fifth game in which Grigor imposed his tennis, however he let go three opportunities to break a rival who, as he usually does, grew up in adversity.

Rafa won 67% of his points with the first service, which helped him impose himself on a Dimitrov with 56.

For the second sleeve the film began in a similar way; Dimitrov broke in the second game to get up 2-0, but again failed to confirm the break and gave wings to Nadal, who without showing his best tennis matched the set.

The trend continued. The Blgaro let Nadal go live in the fourth game in which he had a chance to break and the Spanish broke the serve in the fifth to take a 3-2 advantage that expanded to confirm his serve and again break in the fifth game.

In the end Rafa will face the American Taylor Fritz this Saturday, 2-6, 7-5, 6-3 winner.

With eight 'aces', Isner Domin the first set in just 20 minutes. Fritz remained calm, found how to counteract the powerful kicks of his rival and after shaking a break he won 7-5.

In the third period, Fritz broke early and with an 80% effectiveness in his first service won with a 6-3 in the third set.

In the women's competition, the 17-year-old Canadian Leylah Fernndez I beat the Mexican Renata Zaraza to overcome it by a double 6-3 to access the final in which to face the British Heather Watson.

The two rivals lost their first two services in the first set. In the fifth game Fernndez, who reached the main draw from the 'qualy' settled on the court and with a good drive and defense for the poisonous revs of the Mexican is heading for victory by breaking in the eighth game.

In the second manga, the Canadian of Ecuadorian father and Filipino mother was superior with breaks in games three and five against an opponent who lowered his pace.

Fernndez attend his first professional final against a Heather Watson who defeats the promising Chinese 6-4, 7-6 (6) Xiyu Wang and attend their fifth title dispute at the WTA.

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