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Rome Open: Fabio Fognini's flummoxing continuity prevails in win over Dominic Thiem

It’s a well-established fact by now that Dominic Thiem can play on clay. Likewise, it’s also been long evident that Fabio Fognini is quite a perplexing character. 634 more words

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Madrid Open: Nadal out of winning track, Edmond is also out of the tournament

World No. 1 Rafael Nadal, was beaten for the first time in the last one year on the clay court, when Dominic Thiem of Austria defeated him 7-5, 6-3 in the quarterfinals of the Madrid Open. 26 more words

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Madrid Open: Nadal out of winning track, Edmond is also out of the tournament

World No. 1 Rafael Nadal, was beaten for the first time in the last one year on the clay court, when Dominic Thiem of Austria defeated him 7-5, 6-3 in the quarterfinals of the Madrid Open. 26 more words

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Madrid Open: Rafael Nadal beaten by Dominic Thiem as unbeaten run ends

Rafael Nadal’s 21-match unbeaten run on clay ended as he was knocked out of the Madrid Open in the quarter-finals by Dominic Thiem.

Nadal had been unbeaten on the surface since losing… 206 more words

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ATP Madrid Open Semifinals: By The Numbers

With King of Clay Rafael Nadal’s “shock” quarter-final exit, the Madrid Open semifinals look wide open at first glance. But three of the world’s top ten are still in contention for the crown – and looking at clay-court statistics alone, one man is a step ahead of the rest of the field. 346 more words

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Rafael Nadal comments on loss to Dominic Thiem

Rafael Nadal talks to the press following his quarter-final defeat to Dominic Thiem in Madrid:

Rafael Nadal press conference during day seven of the Mutua Madrid Open tennis tournament at the Caja Magica on May 11, 2018 in Madrid, Spain (Photo by Oscar Gonzalez/NurPhoto via Getty Images) … 652 more words

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PHOTOS: Dominic Thiem ends Rafael Nadal's unbeaten run on clay

(AFP) – Rafael Nadal suffered a shock 7-5 6-3 defeat by Austrian Dominic Thiem in the Madrid Open quarter-finals on Friday, a result that means the Spaniard will lose the world number one ranking. 200 more words

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