At the Wimbledon 2010 Men’s Final Rafael Nadal defeated Tomas Berdych 6-3, 7-5, 6-4 to claim his second Wimbledon title. Aiming to reclaim his title which he could not defend last year due to an injured knee Nadal produced a mix of fast moves and skilled shots to take the match in three straight sets.
It was an easy going for powerful Nadal as Berdych, the first time finalist at Wimbledon 2010 did not create enough trouble. Rafael Nadal, world no. 1 and second seed, was being touted to take his second Wimbledon title after he defeated Federer in 2008 in the longest ever final at Wimbledon.
Nadal, winning Wimbledon 2010 men’s final reaffirmed that he is not a clay court wonder. This year is going great for Nadal who is in the form of his life.
The first set was comfortable taken by Nadal who broke Bedrych twice to take the set 6-4. Bedrych didn’t show much class which made him reach the Wimbledon 2010 men’s final and was broken on his serve and lost the set.
He produced some nice tennis to hold his serve in the second set but Nadal outplayed Berdych to take the set 7-5. Nadal was running after every ball and returned as hard as he could.
Chezch Tomas Berdych fought back in the third set but that was not enough to stop Nadal from winning his second Wimbledon title as he took the match in straight sets.
Berdych didn’t offer much resistance and went down fighting to be content with the runners-up trophy. Rafael Nadal, the world no. 1 played a great game of power mixed with skill to reclaim his Wimbledon title which he missed last year.