정확히는 날씨보다는 일정 잘못짰다고 대회 조직위한테 열받은듯
어제 나달의 경기 스케줄이 세컨코트 3번째 경기였는데 그시간에 비가 온다는 일기예보가 있었는데도 스케줄을 그렇게 짰다면서 클리잔이랑 경기끝나고 인터뷰에서 조직위한테 불만이라고 말했군요.
반 면 나달의 3라운드 상대 포그니니는 두번째 경기에 배정되면서 어제 경기를 다 끝낼수있었죠.나달이 조직위한테 들은 바로는 포그니니의 상대였던 로솔이 복식경기가 같은날 잡혀있어서 로솔의 단식경기를 이른시간에 배정할수밖에 없었다고 하는군요.
위에 인터뷰보면은 공평하지 않다고 말하면서 자기는 오늘 3시간 가까이 코트에 있었는데 자기하고 경기할 포그니니는 라커에서 티비보고 있었다고..
마지막에는 자기가 "bad guy"로 비춰질수있기때문에 더이상 말하지 않겠지만 모든사람들이 이건 옳은게 아니라는걸 알거라면서 마무리.
문제는 담주에도 비오는거같던데 또 누가 피해를 볼지..
Rafael Nadal lashed out at French Open organizers after bearing Martin Klizan 4-6, 6-3, 6-3, 6-3 to reach the third round of the French Open on Friday.
Nadal’s match was originally scheduled to be the third match on Court Suzanne Lenglen on Thursday but was postponed after rain washed out most of the day’s play, meaning the seven-time French Open champion will have to play six matches in 10 days to win the title.
“I think everybody knows in this room that the schedule of [Thursday] was wrong,” Nadal told reporters after the win. “That’s the real thing. I don’t know if the director of the tournament, supervisors, guys who take the positions, they take a bad position two days ago, because when you make the schedule at 7 in the [evening], not 11 in the morning, you know which weather predictions you have for the next days.”
Nadal was unhappy that his second-round match was scheduled third after a men’s and women’s match, while his third-round opponent, Fabio Fognini, was scheduled second after a women’s match on another court. The scheduling decision meant Nadal’s match was more likely to be postponed due to rain as opposed to Fognini’s. As it happened, he was right. Fognini was able to get on court and win his match on Thursday and have a day of rest while Nadal was forced to play his second round Friday.
“That’s not fair,” he said. “And today I was playing almost three hours on court, and my opponent was watching the TV in the locker room. So if you [tell] me that’s fair, I say that’s not fair.”
“Because when you know that it’s going to be sunny, it’s fair,” Nadal told Spanish press. “But when you know it’s going to possibly rain, you cannot make a schedule thinking that one match could be postponed by three hours; that chances are that maybe even the match will not be played.”
Nadal said organizers told him they had to schedule Fognini’s match against Lukas Rosol early because Rosol was in doubles later in the day.
“ I am sorry, but that’s a joke,” said Nadal, who was upset by Rosol in the Wimbledon second round last year. “You have one more week to play doubles if you want to play doubles. Why do you want to protect the player who has to play doubles? So I’m going to write myself on the doubles draw then and I have the priority to play? That’s not the right excuse to make a schedule like this.
“I don’t want to keep talking, because it seems like I am the bad guy saying that, but that’s the real thing, and everybody here knows that’s not right.”
Nadal will play No. 27 seed Fognini, a quarterfinalist in 2011, on Saturday.