Rafael Nadal will meet Sam Querrey in the Wimbledon quarterfinals on Wednesday.
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Nadal vs Querrey Wimbledon Preview
Nadal dealt with hip, knee, abdomen, and ankle injuries in 2018, ending his season in October. He opened this season by pulling out of the Brisbane International before the tournament. The 33-year-old Spaniard then bowed out of a semifinal matchup with Roger Federer at the Indian Wells Masters, citing a knee injury sustained in the quarterfinals.
Since then, however, he’s finished every tournament he’s started, making five consecutive semifinals and clinching his ninth title in the Italian Open and his 12th French Open championship.
“For the last two months and a half, I was able to conclude all the tournaments that I played, which is so important,” Nadal said, according to the Daily Express.
“But honestly, during the previous 18-20 months, it was a mess for me.
“Too many injuries last year and then at the beginning of this season again some troubles.
“But I am lucky I was able to find again the health and was able to play five tournaments in a row clay.
“That gave me self confidence again with my body and that’s the main thing because [since then] I have been playing well.”
In the fourth round of Wimbledon, Nadal thrashed Joao Sousa of Portugal 6-2, 6-2, 6-2. Standing between him and a seventh Wimbledon semifinals is American 31-year-old Sam Querrey.
“When he plays well, he can be very, very dangerous in all surfaces,” Nadal said, according to The Associated Press. “But, of course, in fast surfaces, when he serves with his aggressive game, maybe more.”
The big server has bested Nadal, a two-time Wimbledon champion, just once in five ATP matches, but they’ve never met on grass.
“He doesn’t take a point off,” Querrey said, per AP. “Just being lefty is kind of a challenge in itself. You know, he’s intense. He’s a shotmaker. He’s energetic. You know when you go out there, he’s going to make you beat him.”
Querrey bested Tennys Sandgren 6-4, 6-7 (7), 7-6 (3), 7-6 (5) in the fourth round to reach the Wimbledon quarterfinals for a third time. His best finish at any major came at Wimbledon in 2017, when fell to Marin Cilic in the semifinals.
“I love playing here and I’m getting more comfortable every year. I like playing on the grass,” Querrey said, per AP. “It’s becoming more of a thing when I get here: I don’t care so much who I’m playing, because I have just the confidence that I can make a run, regardless of who’s in front of me.”
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