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That is the claim made by his coach Carlos Moya, who insists all of Nadal's focus is on winning an 11th French Open title. Nadal is the current world No 1 but needs to win the Barcelona Open this week and reach the Rome final next month to maintain his  - -
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Nadal claimed an 11th Monte Carlo Masters title at the weekend by beating Kei Nishikori in Monaco. And that sets the 31-year-old up for another strong clay-court season, as he looks to continue his dominance at another clay tournament - the Barcelona
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But it appears the Scot isn't about to make a shock comeback to tennis early. Andy Murray's camp insist their plans for a grasscourt return have not altered and their man's name is on the list due to a technicality in Grand Slam rules. The Scot can't
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Rafael Nadal is not a fan of the Roger Federer skip-a-major sustainability format. The 36-year-old Federer, who claimed his 20th major by winning the Australian Open in January, is skipping the French Open for the second year in a row to keep his body
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Soon after their match ended, Martin Klizan expressed sympathy for Novak Djokovic after he stunned the struggling Serbian star in the first-round round of the Barcelona Open. "I want to wish him all the best," Klizan told Sky Sports. "I'm sure he will
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Nadal is currently competing in the Monte Carlo Masters where he will need to win to retain his world No 1 ranking despite Federer not playing. The latter has taken the decision for the second year running to skip the clay court season in order to  -
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You care about tennis TV angles and Nick Kyrgios' clay court abilities but not whether [insert player name] is or isn't worthy of enshrinement? So thanks for that reversion to the mean. As for new mother Ana Ivanovic, who knows? She's lovely. She's a
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Eurosport. Yesterday at 13:07Updated Yesterday at 13:14. 0; 0. Rafael Nadal claimed the 54th title of his career in Monaco to maintain his world number one status - can he be beaten on clay this year as he targets an 11th French Open triumph? The clay
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Nadal, 31, will be battling to win his 11th French Open title in June, a tournament fierce rival Roger Federer will miss. The Swiss legend is sitting out the clay-court season to keep his body in peak shape meaning Nadal is unsurprisingly the huge
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PABLO CARRENO-BUSTA has joked about how the likes of Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic competing at the Barcelona Open will affect his chances.
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Rafael Nadal will be targeting a stunning 11th French Open title when the tournament kicks off in May. The current 'King of Clay' is currently battling back from injury but if fit will be one of the favourites to win at Roland Garros following the
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“Yes, Federer already has a French Open title, and yes, he's 36,” he told Tennis.com. “To me, the reason for him to go to Paris wouldn't be about the challenge of winning the tournament. “It would be about the challenge of beating one opponent: Nadal
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Nadal has spent a total of 2:37 on court so far this week—he needed just 1:18 to breeze past Aljaz Bedene in his opening match, 6-1, 6-3, then 1:19 to beat Karen Khachanov in the round of 16, 6-3, 6-2. Thiem has won 17 of his last 19 matches on clay  - -
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Roland Garros champion Jelena Ostapenko continued to build for her Paris tennis title defence with a 6-3, 6-0 win over Zarina Diyas yesterday at the Stuttgart Grand Prix. The Latvian was joined in the quarter-finals at the Porsche Arena by fifth seed
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Rafael Nadal gave up just nine games as he crushed No. 4-ranked wunderkind Alexander Zverev on Sunday to engineer Spain's successful turnaround in its quarterfinal Davis Cup win against Germany. Nadal sent a strong statement, if that wasn't already