The teenager said: "A lot of players, when they play Federer or Nadal or even Djokovic now, they just don't believe in themselves that they can win. But I don't want to go into any match like a loser."
However, on current form, a shock seems highly unlikely.
Nadal, fresh from winning his first grass-court title at Queen's, hammered a remarkable 17 aces down against Beck and did not face a single break point in an impressive serving display.
Beck, who was playing his first top-level match outside Germany, managed to force a tiebreak in the third set but the effort proved too much and he lost it 7-0.
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