London: Former Wimbledon champion Rafael Nadal believes that he is playing well against all of his opponents, including Novak Djokovic, the 2011 champion, and does not read too much into the end of his 20-match unbeaten run at Wimbledon.
````When I was 100 per cent to play, I lost against him (Djokovic) five times. The rest of the year I won almost every match. So I`m doing things very well, but probably not against him. That`s what I have to change," a daily quoted him, as saying.
He added: ``Probably the mental part is a little bit dangerous for me, because when I was at 5-4 (in the first set); I played a bad game from 30-0. When I was 4-3 down in the fourth set, I played another bad game with my serve. To win these kind of matches, I have to play well (at those moments). These kind of points can change the match."