Cincinnati R3: What time does Rafael Nadal play against Albert Ramos-Vinolas?

Due to bad weather, play has been cancelled. The play will take place on Friday as scheduled below. Rafa might have to play two matches if he wins in the afternoon. 

A quarterfinal spot will be up for grabs when Rafael Nadal and Albert Ramos-Vinolas square off in Cincinnati on Friday. This match is a rematch of the Monte Carlo final, which Rafa won 6-1, 6-3.

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Date: 18 August 2017

Match time: 1 PM local time / 1 PM EDT –  New York, Montreal / 6 PM BST – United Kingdom / 7 PM  CET – Spain, France, Germany, Italy / Saturday 9 AM AEDT – Melbourne. To convert to your local time, use this website. Rafa’s potential second match of the day won’t start before 9 PM local time and he might play the winner of Karlovic/Kyrgios.

Rafa on facing Ramos-Vinolas:

Tomorrow another tough match against, you know, against Albert. I know him very well. He knows me very well. Going to be a tough one. I hope to be ready to play well.

Rafa has won both previous meetings in straight sets against the fellow Spanish left-hander, in 2013-14 Barcelona and this year in Monte-Carlo.

GOOD LUCK & VAMOS RAFA!

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45 thoughts on “Cincinnati R3: What time does Rafael Nadal play against Albert Ramos-Vinolas?

  1. I don’t think playing two games in one day will tire Rafa too much. His match against Ramos was over in quick time. All I hope is he does not go out and have a practice between the two matches ( my constant worry with Rafa). He needs rest.
    I am also not happy about his having to play Nick as his next opponent. He is so volutile, although improved of late. I read that he was FURIOUS at the rain delay and saw a picture of him ranting at the unfortunate umpire as though it was all his fault.
    This may have an effect on his game today (hopefully).Rafa would accept that rain delays are part of the sport. The tragedy in Barcelona would be the thing that is on his mind.

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