Rafael Nadal is one win away from advancing to the second round of the 2013 ATP World Tour Finals in London. You can enjoy the live streaming action, for free, as the the Spaniard looks to completely dominate the game of Men's Singles tennis with another tournament victory in his 2013 resume. Here's his opponent, the live stream to the match and what we can expect from this match.
Well, things will set off a little after 9 a.m. ET/2 p.m. GMT. Nadal is fresh off a two-set victory over fellow countryman, David Ferrer where he won 6-3, 6-2. However, the man he faces today is one of tennis' young and fresh faces.
Okay, so young might be an over statement, Wawrinka is 28 years old, giving him a year over Nadal. He emerged as Roger Federer's doubles mate, but in 2013, he is making a name for himself. Like Nadal, Wawrinka is a win away from advancing to the second round of the 2013 ATP World Tour Finals. He is fresh off a victory against Tomas Berdych. The Swiss won his first match in the round robin stage 6-3, 6-7, 6-3. It was a brawl against Berdych as the two hooked up for a match that went on for almost 2 hours and a half.
Nadal looks to continue dominating the sport of Men's Singles tennis. He has only lost six matches in 2013 and Rafa will be searching for his 11th title of the tennis season.
Nadal will not waste time, going straight at his opponents. While it took Wawrinka 2 hours and change to get his first victory, Nadal wasted no time warming up to Ferrer in Tuesday's battle. Nadal went right at his fellow Spaniard, defeating him in just under an hour and 15 minutes. Nadal uses his speed, timely aces and a ridiculous spin on his hits that trick opponents and make them look foolish. He might sit back on his heels today as Wawrinka is known for having a booming serve that could easily handcuff his opponents.