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Singles Ranking: 2 Doubles Ranking: 165 Country: Spain Birth Date: 3 June 1986 Birth Place: Manacor, Mallorca, Spain Residence: Manacor, Mallorca, Spain Height: 1.85 metres ( 6 ft. 1 in. ) Weight: 85.5 kilos ( 188 lbs. ) Plays: Left Handed VS
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Singles Ranking: 119 Doubles Ranking: 313 Country: Slovakia Birth Date: 3 November 1987 Birth Place: Piestany, Slovakia Residence: Bratislava, Slovakia Height: 1.85 metres ( 6 ft. 1 in. ) Weight: 85.5 kilos ( 188 lbs. ) Plays: Right Handed Listed on this page are a list of live streams for Lukas Lacko vs Rafael Nadal, a Grand Slam Australian Open match on Friday, 20/01/2012 with a start time of 00:00. All sources for the match will appear on this page approx half an hour before the start of the live game. Here you’ll be able to find a live video stream of Lukas Lacko vs Rafael Nadal through these links. We will reveal how to watch Lukas Lacko v Rafael Nadal live streaming on the net. Enjoy the match! Have a look at our full live streams page for additional matches and of course check out our famous highlights section after the Lukas Lacko – Rafael Nadal live event ends, for all the best bits and match highlights.
It is not unusual for Rafael Nadal to begin a Grand Slam complaining about various ailments to his body or expressing doubts about his form.
Come the sharp end of the second week, however, he is usually still around, as Andy Murray learned to his cost with depressing regularity last year.
This Australian Open has not been without the normal alarms for the great Spaniard, the main features being a mini fall-out with Roger Federer over tennis politics and a curious incident at the weekend that saw his knee lock when he was sitting down in a chair.
Yet normal service seems to be resuming with reassuring alacrity, and on Wednesday Nadal pronounced himself pleased after overcoming German Tommy Haas 6-4, 6-3, 6-4 in the second round in under two-and-a-half hours.
Already, the bookies’ pre-tournament judgment that he was fourth favourite for the title he won in 2009 is looking misplaced, with the original odds of 6-1 appearing to be decidedly generous.
With Murray taking on France’s world No 101 Edouard Roger-Vasselin in the second round on Thursday morning, Nadal is facing up to a match against Slovakian qualifier Lukas Lacko, which will also attract British interest.
The reason is that Lacko is expected to be one of the singles players turning out for Slovakia in the Davis Cup next month in Glasgow against Great Britain, as Leon Smith’s team attempt to take further steps towards a return to the elite World Group.