The Mallorcan tennis player Rafael Nadalis measured this Thursday in his second game of the Australian Open to the american Michael Mmoh, which comes from the previous one and which he has never faced.
Mmoh beat the Serbian Viktor Troicki in what was the longest meeting of the current edition of the Grand Slam after exceeding four hours.
Nadal will try to consolidate in this second crossing the good feelings of his debut in the tournament. The Balearic starts as the clear favorite, although he has already warned of the difficulty of recovering his best level due to the conditions of the Covid-19 pandemic and its physical problems.
In his first game, the number two in the world overwhelmed Serbian Laslo Djere in three sets (6-3, 6-4, 6-1) In a match in which, however, he suffered back discomfort that forced him to even change his serve.