Paris Masters R2: What time does Rafael Nadal play against Lukas Rosol?

Photo: BNP PARIBAS MASTERS
Photo: BNP PARIBAS MASTERS

Rafael Nadal will start his Paris Masters singles campaign on Wednesday with a second-round match against Czech qualifier Lukas Rosol (ranked No. 66), who defeated Guillermo Garcia-Lopez 6-2, 2-6, 6-3 on Tuesday.

Date: November 4, 2015

Time: Approximately 3.30 pm local time / 2.30 pm GMT – United Kingdom / 3.30 pm CET – Spain, France, Germany, Italy / 9.30 am EST –  New York, Montreal / November 5, 1.30 am AEDT – Melbourne. To convert to your local time, use this website.

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Rafa has played Lukas four times before and leads the series 3-1. Their last meeting was last week in the first round at the Swiss Indoors in Basel. Rafa lost the first set 6-1, and Rosol was serving for victory at 5-4 in the second set before our champ produced another stunning comeback.

Here are all the matches they have played against each other:

GOOD LUCK & VAMOS RAFA!

Source: ATP World Tour

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18 thoughts on “Paris Masters R2: What time does Rafael Nadal play against Lukas Rosol?

  1. VAMOS DEAR RAFA!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! : ) : ) : ) : ) : ) : ) : ) : ) Your Doubles match had some nice striking shots & your Doubles game is improving by the SECOND…… UNBELIEVABLE !!!!! VAMOS !!!!!!!!!!!!! Have a beautiful evening & enjoy knowing how much we all adore watching your magic on the court!!!!!!!!!! : ) : ) : ) ci…ci….ci…. Have a fantastic match & a great time playing YOUR OWN GAME!!!!!!!! When serving, please take an extra second to look again at the net JUST before you release your well aimed ball…… AND have the best time ever……( let him bang all he needs to…. he does not do it to annoy or anything against his opponents…., he bangs & moves around out of nerves & tension…..he can not stand still …. so keep your head up & over look it & enjoy EVERYTHING !!!!!!!! : ) : ) : ) Enjoy your POINT BY POINT beautiful TENNIS !!!!!!!!!! : ) : ) : ) : )
    Nice interviews & great photos!!!!!!!!!!! : ) You look great & energized & very happy …..!!!! : ) …… KUDOS : ) : ) You are a grounded precious Champion Rafa ……and you have that inner wisdom that is priceless…..lots of common sense…..& interviewers & journalists are respectful of your openness & you make their job a pleasing experience!!!! ! : ) : )
    God bless you sweetheart…please use up your challenges…. (today, in one serve game 3 wrong challenges helped save the serve game…..that happened in an earlier Singles match ….) Have a great time relaxing & recharging with THE TEAM……….. & keep in mind YOUR endurance & focus is ahead of the crowd…..ci….ci….. still, please make sure to sleep plenty & sleep plenty…& sleep plenty : ) : ) : ) So you walk onto the court nice & fresh……
    Have lots & lots of fun playing your solid strong powerful Tennis & enjoy each game!!!!! : ) : ) : ) We will be watching it LIVE…… VAMOS ……VAMOS…….VAMOS……. God bless you dear Rafa !!!!!!!!!!!!!!! : ) : ) : ) Lots of love & happiness to you & your amazing TEAM !!!!!!!!! : ) : ) : )

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  2. Move In Rafa Or Move On

    Hopefully Rafa will learn from their encounter last week and play far more AGGRESSIVELY this time around. Otherwise he’ll be on the wrong side of a 6-1, 5-3 scoreline again. Rosol choked while serving for the match. That’s not something Rafa should rely on every time they meet. He should rely on his 90 MPH forehand like he USED to, instead of looping and slicing powder puff shots into the middle of the court that are eye candy for the Czech. Fortune favors the brave. Not the tentative, the timid and the meek.

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    1. Great Thinker

      There is an evil omen in the air….

      All true fans of Nadal are advised to hold a 1-hr vigil beginning at midnight across the globe and 1 hr before the commencement of the match.

      The better player may not win….

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    2. Debby

      You have to wonder. There is being tested and then there is “how about a little luck already?”
      There are 7 or 8 Q’s, LL, WC, I mean why this jerk again?
      Also, Rafa’s rank is now 6. If draw was including ranking change, he would have had much easier players, and wouldn’t even be in Djoker’s half – Kei is 6 up ’til this tournament.
      Guess my students will see me shouting, once again (I’m a high school librarian, and can get ESPN3 on my work computer!)

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