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Tennis Update: Bianca Andreescu Reaches Miami Quarterfinal, Rafael Nadal Prepares for Monte Carlo

Posted by: Hilbert Mayer
Tennis Update Bianca Andreescu Reaches Miami Quarterfinal Rafael Nadal Prepares for Monte Carlo

Bianca Andreescu appeared on court for the fourth-round after winning against Amanda Anisimova. Andreescu took out Grabine Muguruza with style as she is all set to make it to the next round. Defeating the NO. 1 Spanish was a huge achievement in Andreescu’s career. The tennis betting picks have been flourishing online as bettors place their bets on their favorite players. It was just 24 hours since she defeated Anisimova in a two-hour 44-minute game. The Canadian professional tennis player is holding the fourth rank in the world. Andreescu will battle against Sara Sorribes Tormo who holds the second-best Spanish player.

Andreescu’s Mix-up Gameplay

Bianca Andreescu stated that it was not an easy victory as Anisimova started out well. Andreescu felt the pressure at the start, but he readapted and mixed her gameplay during the second set. Her constant battle and a little change in her game plan brought her success in the second set. Muguruza won the first set (3-6) but dropped the second and third (6-3), (6-2). Andreescu went winning six games in a row that put her in a big lead. In the third set, she set a 4-0 lead and held the advantage.

The 20-year-old player stated that she was able to find a way most of the time under pressure. After losing the first set, she ensures to get back on track and keep moving ahead by finding a strategy. Out of the last 12 games, she managed to win 11 along with her success in Mexico. This turned out to be one of the best games for Andreescu and a big achievement overall. Andreescu will face off against Tormo for the first time and it might be a big surprise all over again. Tormo stated in an interview that Andreescu is a tough fighter and she certainly gets to most of the balls that come her way.

Rafael Nadal’s Preparation

On the other hand, Rafael Nadal will like to keep pace and be well-prepared as he enters Monte Carlo. It’s an important time of the year stated Nadal and he is already working very hard. Nadal is looking forward to gaining more energy and improve his overall performance. Nadal needs to be ready for the claycourt season. The 34-year-old player also touched upon the Covid-19 situation and the difficulty in traveling with family and other people. Nadal stated that traveling has never been easy since the Coronavirus pandemic and he holds that the situation will be back to normal soon. Meanwhile, placing a bet on the best online betting website will continue to take place with all the odds and lines for every game available online.