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“Especially because it is not like last year when I arrived here playing bad and feeling not ready for it. I have been playing and practising great and working so much. There are no more things to do than keep practicing hard, keep practicing the same way that I was doing the last four, five months.” Everyone knows the way to beat Nadal.You know, it is tough when you work so much and arrive at a very important event and you're going out too early. Unless you are Novak Djokovic or Andy Murray, two of the few players who could potentially outrally him, you just have to think big and hit big – the model established by Lukas Rosol in his shock Wimbledon win of 2012.“It's tough, but at the same time, I know I did everything that I can to be ready for it. When Rosol pulled off that king-sized upset, Nadal had not gone out before the fourth round of any grand slam for seven years.Yet this morning’s result was his third early exit in as many major tournaments, after a third round in New York and a second round at Wimbledon last year. The 2009 Australian Open champion had finished last season strongly enough to suggest that the dog days might be behind him.But in Melbourne this morning he ran into Fernando Verdasco - a man he has regularly beaten up for more than a decade - and was blown aside.
Today it was Nadal, plagued by self-doubt as he never was in his pomp, who double-faulted at a critical moment in the first-set tie-break, and never quite got back on terms.
He scrapped with his usual indomitable spirit, but Verdasco lifted in the final set to flay winners from all angles, reel off six straight games, and claim a 7-6, 4-6, 3-6, 7-6, 6-2 win in 4hr 41min.
“The match is a tough loss for me obviously,” said Nadal afterwards.
You can see why opponents would now look at a match against Nadal as an opportunity rather than a death sentence.
oday, he admitted that he let Verdasco get off to a flier with a sluggish first-set performance, and never unleashed the vicious forehand body shots that have pummelled so many opponents into submission.
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“In terms of creating damage to the opponent with my forehand, I didn't," Nadal said.