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Switzerland won the tie 3–2 against Romania and progressed into the World Group quarterfinals. He won against 22nd seed and Olympic Gold Medalist Nicolás Massú in the first round, in four sets.
He played in the longest doubles match in history at the 2013 Davis Cup, in a tie against the Czech Republic, partnering with Marco Chiudinelli.
He achieved a Top-10 ranking by the ATP for the first time on , and first reached a career peak of world No.
3 on 27 January 2014, at the same time as he became the Swiss No. He has reached four Grand Slam singles finals in his career to date, winning three: the 2014 Australian Open, the 2015 French Open and the 2016 US Open; each time he defeated the reigning world number one in the championship match (Rafael Nadal once and Novak Djokovic twice, respectively).
“If I reach the final, I'd like to face a different opponent than Federer,” said Nadal, who is hoping to win his third Wimbledon title after sealing his tenth success at Roland Garros a few weeks ago.
“I don't like to face best players in the final and I think I played against Roger already enough times this year.” Nadal beat Australia’s John Millman 6-1 6-3 6-2 in the opening round, and will next play against the American Donald Young on Wednesday evening.
“Today is a day to be satisfied, to be happy and to have this trophy,” Nadal said. In what was billed as a must-see semi-final against Djokovic, Nadal turned the tables on the Serbian, hitting him off the court to end a seven-match losing streak against the World No. The Spaniard backed up the strong performance with another championship on Sunday.
I did well in Monte-Carlo and Barcelona, and also here.1 player in the final on all three occasions, reaching the final of the 2017 French Open, winning an ATP World Tour Masters 1000 title at the Monte-Carlo Masters in 2014, and reaching three other finals at 2008 Rome, 2013 Madrid and 2017 Indian Wells.He is sometimes considered as part of the newly established "Big Five", an expansion of the Big Four, which already consists of Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal, Novak Djokovic and Andy Murray.A Roger Federer vs Rafael Nadal final is what everybody watching this year’s Wimbledon is hoping for. The two men have played in three Wimbledon finals so far, with Federer emerging victorious in 20, before Nadal ended his run of victories at SW19 in 2008.And the 2008 final – which Nadal won 6–4, 6–4, 6–7(5), 6–7(8), 9–7 after 4 hours and 48 minutes – is widely regarded as the greatest match in the history of the sport.Wawrinka had his first singles final at the Swiss Open, but lost to Gastón Gaudio.