Lorenzo Sonego vs Rafael Nadal – Third Round – Preview & Prediction | 2022 Wimbledon Championships
When is Lorenzo Sonego vs Rafael Nadal on and what time does it start? Lorenzo Sonego vs Rafael Nadal will take place on Saturday 2nd July, 2022 – not before 16:00 (UK)
Where is Lorenzo Sonego vs Rafael Nadal taking place? Lorenzo Sonego vs Rafael Nadal will take place at the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club in London, England
What surface is Lorenzo Sonego vs Rafael Nadal being played on? Lorenzo Sonego vs Rafael Nadal will take place on an outdoor grass court
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What channel is Lorenzo Sonego vs Rafael Nadal on in the UK? Lorenzo Sonego vs Rafael Nadal will be televised live on BBC platforms
Where can I stream Lorenzo Sonego vs Rafael Nadal in the UK? Lorenzo Sonego vs Rafael Nadal can be streamed live on BBC iPlayer and the BBC Sport website & app
World number four Rafael Nadal dropped a set for the second round in a row at Wimbledon ad he continues to seek his rhythm on grass. The two-time Wimbledon champion is still on for a calendar slam this season after wins at the Australian Open and Roland-Garros broke and then extended a new Men’s Singles Grand Slam record at 22. As the draw continues to open up at SW19 it is looking increasingly likely that the Spaniard will meet Novak Djokovic, chasing him on 20 major titles, in a final for the ages next Sunday but the 36-year-old will need to improve over the next few rounds if he is to challenge.
World number 54 Lorenzo Sonego beat Hugo Gaston in straight sets on Thursday to continue his own personal journey back to form. The Italian has struggled all season long but a five-set victory over Denis Kudla in the first round looked something of a page-turner after the American had beaten him twice this year. A first meeting with Nadal is exactly the kind of occasion the 27-year-old enjoys and he should be competitive throughout this fixture as a lover of highlights reels. Nadal can win this but four or even five sets may be required, making the sensible pick the Spaniard as outright winner. Taking Sonego to win at least a set could prove more valuable but count Nadal out at your peril.