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[GrandSlam] Rafael Nadal vs David Ferrer Live (((Free Online))) High Quality Stream
Posted June 9th, 2013 - 10:51 am by from Paris, France (Permalink)

Ferrer vs Nadal Live Stream

Ferrer vs Nadal Live Stream

Ferrer vs Nadal Live Stream

Rafael Nadal will be looking to defend last year’s French Open title —
what Maria Sharapova failed to do in her finals match against Serena
Williams on Saturday — today when he takes the court at Roland Garros
against David Ferrer on Sunday morning in Paris. It was just a year ago
that these two men met in the semifinals of the 2012 French Open, which
Nadal won 6-2 6-2 6-1, and now Ferrer will have a chance at redemption.

Ferrer eased through the early matches to work his way to the finals,
while Nadal had a bit of a tougher path, including an epic match against
world No. 1 Novak Djokovic in the semifinals — 6-4, 3-6, 6-1, 6-7, 9-7.

How can you be sure to catch all of the action in the men’s French Open
final? Here is all of the information you will need to make sure you
don’t miss a second of tomorrow morning’s action.

Date: Sunday, June 9

Start Time: 9:00 a.m. ET

Location: Paris, France

Venue: Court Philippe Chatrier, Roland Garros

TV Info: NBC

Live Stream

Rafael Nadal will look for his eighth French Open title when he faces
David Ferrer in the men's final. The match will be broadcast live on NBC
at 9 a.m. ET, but if you cannot get to a television, you can also watch
a free live online stream here via NBC Sports Live Extra.

Before you watch a free live online stream of Rafael Nadal versus David
Ferrer, here is preview of Sunday's French Open 2013 men's final.

Rafael Nadal advanced to the final after an epic five-set win over
top-seeded Novak Djokovic. The No. 3 seed won two out of the first three
sets but then lost the fourth in a tiebreaker. However, he came back to
win the decisive set, 9-7, thanks in part to an impressive
between-the-legs lob shot during a long rally.

No. 4 seed David Ferrer, meanwhile, beat crowd favorite Jo-Wilfried
Tsonga from France in the other 2013 French Open semifinal. Ferrer won
the match in straight sets, having not lost a set in the entire
tournament thus far.

As Associated Press notes, Rafael Nadal is the heavy favorite heading
into the 2013 French Open men's final, having been dominant at Roland
Garros in his career. The Spaniard is 58-1 in his career at the stadium
and is seeking his eighth French Open title. A win would make him the
first man ever to win the same Grand Slam tournament that many times.

Meanwhile, David Ferrer does not have great history against his fellow
countryman. Per SI.com, Ferrer has lost 16 straight clay matches to
Nadal, with the only win coming in their first meeting in 2004. As
Reuters notes, Nadal has also never lost a final against a Spaniard.

Still, Nadal has great respect for his opponent in the 2013 French Open men's final.

"He's a player that if you are not playing perfect, you will be in big, big trouble," Nadal said on Saturday

Nadal's performance in the 2013 French Open has been even more
impressive considering the Spaniard missed seven months of action with
knee issues. As New York Times notes, the Nadal only returned to the
court in February, and even his uncle/coach, Toni Nadal, did not think
his nephew would get back to the French Open finals so quickly.