Saturday, 2 June 2012

Nadal Bl Masry is BACK to business!

Hola Rafans! At the very first beginning, please accept my sincerest apologies for being away such a long time. Although I shouldn't really be searching for unacceptable excuses, I can only say school life is an endless nightmare! Nevertheless, since it's finally over, partially over to be honest, I decided to start my first post-return post with a brief of Rafa's latest achievements and, of course, I'd be honoured to wish him a very blessed 26th BIRTHDAY!
Let me just remind you that Rafa had finally reversed the "huanted-by-Nole" curse after beating him TWICE IN A ROW in his beloved Monte-Carlo Rolex Masters and in Rome, just a few weeks ago. Despite suffering a 7-streak loss against the Serb, Rafa had finally overcome the mental-challenge and could tear Novak into pecies. Not only did the "King of Clay" claimed Monte-Carlo's and Rome's Trophies, but he also fascinated the whole world as it was his 8th straight Monte-Carlo title! However, Rafa had also showed pure talent and excelled in mastering Barcelona over his fellow Spaniard -David Ferrer- in the final, extending the Spanish-dominance on Barcelona. After excluding Madrid form the "Clay Glory", as obviously the blue clay has been far-less-than-expected pleasure to Rafa, we could say that Rafa set off to Paris with much self-confidence and absolute determination to chase history once more.
Here are a few pics with the Trophies! :)

Rafa with Monte-Carlo's Trophy

Rafa with Barcelona's Trophy
Rafa biting Rome's trophy after finishing Nole

The Clay Emperor then switched to Paris, France not only to defend his to-be-owned title at Roland Garros, but also to set a new record by winning a 7th French Open! (Hopefully he won't let us down!)
In his 1st round Match, Rafa faced Simone Bolelli of Italy, whom he successfully beat 6-2 6-2 6-1. Later on in the 2nd round, Nadal played the Uzbekistania Denis Istomin and after leading 6-2 6-2 Rafa ended Istomin's hopes by a bagel! The 3rd round haven't been mush different either as Rafa has smoothly edged the world number 192, Eduardo Schwank,  6-1 6-3 6-4 to book his spot in the 4th round, where he's facing Juan Monaco of Argentina, without dropping a single set in the tournament.
Celebrating Rafa's 26th Birthday, I'd love to mention that I'm extremely pleased and proud of all the Rafa fans on Twitter for trending #Happy26thBDayRafa worldwide as well as sending him wonderful wishes which will hopefully quench Rafa's thirst of motivation.  Feast your eyes on what Benito Barbadillo- Rafa's agent- uploaded on Twitter! (@benitopb)

Rafa celebrating his 26th Birthday! 
Vamos Rafa!


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