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“Matador” Resolves “the Struggle of Generations” in the Final of Toronto

Spanish star Rafael Nadal

Spanish star Rafael Nadal ended the Greek adventure of Stephanus Testespas 6-2, 7-6 (7-4) in the final of Toronto Canada tournament, the sixth 1000-point Master’s tournament this season.

After becoming the first player since 2014 to drop 4 of the top 10 in a Masters session, Tessepas’s career ended at Nadal’s threshold, which boosted his Master’s record by winning his 33rd title, fourth in Toronto after 2005, 2008 and 2013.

The world number four, Tessera’s, was the surprise of the tournament this year, with four of the most prominent players in the field: Austria’s Dominique Teim in the second round, Novak Djokovic of Serbia in the third round, and defending champion Alexander Zverev in the quarterfinals. Anderson in the semi-finals.

But the result of the final, which was decided after an hour and 43 minutes, was the return of the only meeting that gathered the Greek, seeking his first professional title, Nadal, who also emerged victorious in the final of Barcelona in April easily 6-2, 6-1.

Nadal hit the first set in 35 minutes after breaking his young opponent in the third and fifth games, then continued his strong performance at the start of the second and lost only three points during the first eight games of the match to send him.

Nadal kept his perfect record in the final of Toronto tournament, which Montreal rotate to host, and emerged victorious for the fourth time out of four final games, making them his favorite course ever in hardball courses.

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