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Live streaming of the ATP Finals in London will start on Sunday, 12 November 2017. The first match of the tournament is Federer vs Sock. The ATP World Tour finals is all set to kick off from Sunday and it features the top eight players from around the…
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The first edition of the ATP Next Gen will be a special one. ATP has been thinking of introducing experimentally new rules for the tennis game. Next Gen is a competition for players of 21 years and the first edition will be hosted by Milan. The tournament…
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The ATP World Tour enters into Vienna with the Erste Bank Open 500 hosting some of the biggest names in the sport. German Alexander Zverev is one of the participants along with Dominic Thiem, who happens to be a home favourite. These big names will be…
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Maria Sharapova has been given the opportunity to compete at the WTA Kremlin Cup. Only a few days ago, the possibility of the Russian featuring in front of her fans in Moscow looked unlikely. A wildcard entry was the possibility for Sharapova to feature…
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Tension is no strange feeling at the Laver Cup. It is all about levels. And this time, that level was appreciably higher than usual for Rafael Nadal, who ended up doing something on the sidelines that, well, it is kind of a big deal now. Some would cringe…
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A second win for Nadal against Coria came just after the Rolex Masters in Monte Carlo, this time in Rome. It will be the second Masters title for Nadal, who was seeded 5th at the time – his ranking increased a lot in 2005 after winning three titles before…
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Nadal won his first Masters event in 2005 at the Monte Carlo Masters, where he began as the 11th seed. Having already won two titles in 2005 (both on clay), Nadal went on to claim his first big event by defeating Guillermo Coria 6–3, 6–1, 0–6, 7–5 (in…
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Nadal took his third career title just after winning in Brasil. In fact, 2005 will be an excellent year for Rafa, who will also win his first Grand Slam. In Acapulco, the Spaniard was the eight seed but managed to win the tournament “en fanfare”,…
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The second title for Rafael Nadal came in 2005 in the Brasil Open final, where he beat Diego Martin (6–0, 6–7(2–7), 6–1). Rafael Nadal vs Diego Martin full match below: //www.ok.ru/videoembed/423050414764
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This is Rafa Nadal’s first win in the ATP world tour and the only win in 2004. He entered the tournament as the sixth seed and defeated Jose Acasuso in the final (6-3, 6-4). Below are the highlights:
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