Nadal gana Wimbledon por segunda vez

Nadal wins Wimbledon for the second time

Rafael Nadal has won the Wimbledon title for a second time, beating Thomas Berdych of the Czech Republic in the final. It is his second successive Grand Slam victory, after he won the French Open last month.

Reporter; John Bennett

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Just as he did when he claimed his first Wimbledon title in 2008, Rafael Nadal fell to the floor to celebrate winning his eighth Grand Slam.

After missing out on the chance to defend his crown last year because of a knee injury, this victory will mean everything to the Spaniard.

He was back on the biggest stage in tennis and he never looked like losing. The world number one won the first set 6-3 in just 34 minutes. And although Thomas Berdych had chances in the second set -wasting four break points- Nadal upped his game just at the right time to take it 7-5.

Then with his Czech opponent serving to stay in the match he struck again, taking his first Championship point with yet another powerful winner. So Nadal is Wimbledon champion for the second time. And on this evidence he may well be the man to beat here for years to come.

John Bennett, BBC News, Wimbledon

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defend his crown defender su título

will mean everything le significará muchísimo

the biggest stage in tennisel lugar más importante del tenis

the world number one el número uno del mundo (el mejor jugador)

setset

break points puntos o bolas de quiebre

upped his gameempezó a jugar aún mejor

he struck againvolvió a atacar

Championship pointpunto o bola para ganar el Campeonato

the man to beat(es considerado) el mejor del mundo