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Isn't About Time Amelie Mauresmo Deserves Some Credit?

Ever since Amelie Mauresmo joined Team Murray a year ago she has come into some harsh criticism. As an Andy Murray fan I was surprised by the announcement as all the talk was it (his new coach) could be John McEnroe or Mats Wilandar etc… When it was announced it received a lot of attention as Murray was the first top male player in the world to have a coach who is woman. 1,178 more words


Nadal Into Madrid Quarters, Dimitrov Beats Wawrinka

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Nadal Into Madrid Quarters, Dimitrov Beats Wawrinka

Defending champion Rafael Nadal has posted yet another victory. On Thursday, the star player defeated Italian Simone Bolelli for the quarterfinals of the ATP tournament in Madrid.

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Nadal: 'I'm Not As Good' As I Used To Be

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ROME (CBSMiami/AP) – Rafael Nadal is one of the most popular tennis players of this millennium.

After a decade at or near the top of tennis, Nadal can accept that he’s no longer dominating. 456 more words


Marriage Works

If you’d asked me a week ago who I thought would win the Madrid masters, I doubt I’d have said Andy Murray. And yet on Sunday the Scot claimed his first clay court masters title, defeating Rafa Nadal 6-3, 6-2 on his home turf. 537 more words

Rafa Roundup: What is going on with Rafael Nadal?


I cannot leave Madrid not happy. I have to leave happy and just delete what happened today. 549 more words

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How Andy Murray beat Rafael Nadal in Madrid

On Sunday Andy Murray produced one of his best performances of the year and since winning Wimbledon a couple of years ago against the King of Clay in Madrid. 826 more words


An Interview with Rafael Nadal – Madrid Open – May 10, 2015

Q.  After today’s defeat how are you feeling?  How do you leave Madrid?
RAFAEL NADAL:  Well, it’s been complicated today.  Of course it’s not the day I was expecting.  3,085 more words

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