There was the story of left-handers and, in that field, you already know: overwhelming logic. The good guy from Federico Delbonis had it all against him. Not just because of the fact that in the three previous pulses with Rafael Nadal (6-3, 7-6 (4) and 6-1 in the latter, resolved in 2h 31m) would have only scratched 10 games. He had more elements against him. He has not lost number one a game against a left-hander for three courses, when the Canadian Denis Shapovalov surprised him in the third round of Montreal; since then, a string of 13 consecutive victories, but that does not stop there. There is more.