Rafael Nadal likens Indian Wells comeback to Australian Open as he admits to 'worst match'


Elaborating on how he managed to turn things around and capitalise on any nerves coming from Korda, Nadal continued: “I played a little bit better. He had some mistakes.

“Then with 5-3, if you are able to save that game, 5-4, you never know what can happen. 5-2, is very difficult to come back, honestly.

“Two breaks is very unusual. With 5-4, one break, if you are able to hit a couple of good balls, the opponent gets a little bit nervous, something that happens every single week on the tour.

“With 5-4 I need to play a good game, but you know that you can do it.

“I think it is true that probably he got a little bit more nervous. He made some more mistakes, being honest. I think I played a little bit better at least.”


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