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Dominic Thiem, Alexander Zverev Prepared For Second Madrid Showdown | ATP Tour

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Berrettini, Ruud seeking first ATP Masters 1000 final
After earning his first victory on clay against Rafael Nadal in straight sets on Friday, Alexander Zverev will face another member of the ATP Tour’s clay-court elite in the Mutua Madrid Open semi-finals: Dominic Thiem.
The World No. 6 owns a 2-8 ATP Head2Head record against the Austrian and has lost the pair’s four most recent encounters, including a heart-breaking fifth-set tie-break defeat in last year’s US Open final. Thiem also holds a 4-1 advantage on clay, but that lone defeat is key.
Three years ago, Zverev completed a dominant week in Madrid with a 6-4, 6-4 final victory against Thiem to win his third ATP Masters 1000 title. Memories of that victory, and the pair’s instant classic in the 2020 US Open final, mean Zverev will walk onto Manolo Santana Stadium on Saturday with all the belief and motivation he will need to reach a second Madrid final.

Halep knocked out of Madrid Open, Thiem cruises through

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Halep knocked out of Madrid Open, Thiem cruises through
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5 May 2021 at 07:45
Halep is a two-time Madrid Open champion.
MADRID: World number three Simona Halep was dumped out of the Madrid Open on Tuesday, losing 4-6, 7-5, 7-5 in the last 16 to Belgian Elise Mertens, while Dominic Thiem claimed a straightforward win in his first match since March.
Romania's Halep, who won the Madrid title in 2016 and 2017, is still yet to reach a WTA Tour final this season and this was her earliest exit in the Spanish capital since a 2015 first-round loss.
Halep had sailed through the first two rounds on the Madrid clay without dropping a set but she ended up second best in a match which yielded 15 breaks of serve.

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Madrid, May 5 (IANS) Austrian third seed Dominic Thiem needed less than an hour to brush past American qualifier Marcos Giron 6-1, 6-3, while Matteo Berrettini won against his fellow Italian Fabio Fognini 6-3, 6-4.
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Carlos Alcaraz Sets Rafael Nadal Clash In Madrid | ATP Tour

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The #NextGenATP Spaniard, who will celebrate his 18th birthday on Wednesday, ripped 19 forehand winners en route to a 6-4, 6-0 win against Adrian Mannarino. This is Alcaraz’s maiden ATP Masters 1000 victory in just his second event at the level. The 17-year-old made his Masters 1000 debut at the Miami Open presented by Itau in March (l. to Ruusuvuori).
“I am really, really happy. This is a special win for me here in Spain, here at La Caja Magica,” Alcaraz said in his post-match interview. “[To] win a Masters 1000 match here is amazing.”
The World No. 120 will meet Nadal for the first time in the second round. However, the pair has already shared some court time together this year. Alcaraz and Nadal met for a practice session ahead of this year’s Australian Open.

Nadal struggles past world number 111 Ivashka as Fognini disqualified » Borneo Bulletin Online

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April 23, 2021
BARCELONA (AFP) – Rafael Nadal had to fight back from a set down to defeat Belarus qualifier Ilya Ivashka on Wednesday as the Spaniard survived an early test in his bid to win the Barcelona title for the 12
th time.
The 34-year-old Nadal, who suffered a surprise quarter-final exit at the hands of Andrey Rublev in the Monte Carlo Masters last week, dropped the first set against the world 111 before pulling through 3-6, 6-2, 6-4. It was Nadal’s 62
nd win in the tournament against just
four defeats.
“He played well. He played at a very high level, and I didn’t, especially at the beginning,” said Nadal who has lost only once on clay to a player outside the top 100 and that was 17 years ago.

Barcelona Open: Rafael Nadal fights back, Dan Evans loses & Fabio Fognini defaulted

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Barcelona Open: Rafael Nadal fights back, Dan Evans loses & Fabio Fognini defaulted
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Nadal, an 11-time champion at the Barcelona Open, lost to Andrey Rublev in the Monte Carlo Masters quarter-finals last week
Spanish top seed Rafael Nadal survived a scare before fighting back to beat Belarusian qualifier Ilya Ivashka in the second round of the Barcelona Open.
Nadal, who has not lost on clay to an opponent ranked outside the world's top 100 since 2004, won 3-6 6-2 6-4 against 111th-ranked Ivashka.
British number one Dan Evans was unable to continue his excellent form on clay, losing to France's Corentin Moutet in a spiky second-round match.

Nadal struggles past Ivashka in Barcelona opener

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FILE: Spain's Rafael Nadal celebrates after winning against Argentina's Diego Schwartzman during their men's singles semi-final tennis match on Day 13 of The Roland Garros 2020 French Open tennis tournament in Paris on October 9, 2020. (Photo by MARTIN BUREAU / AFP)
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Rafael Nadal had to fight back from a set down to defeat Belarus qualifier Ilya Ivashka on Wednesday as the Spaniard survived an early test in his bid to win the Barcelona title for the 12th time.
The 34-year-old Nadal, who suffered a surprise quarter-final exit at the hands of Andrey Rublev in the Monte Carlo Masters quarter-finals last week, dropped the first set against the world 111 before pulling through 3-6, 6-2, 6-4.

Tsitsipas, Rublev in Monte Carlo final with maiden Masters title at stake

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Stefanos Tsitsipas and Andrey Rublev will clash in Sunday's Monte Carlo final with both men looking to confirm their top 10 credentials with a maiden Masters crown.

'Disaster' as Nadal's bid for 12th Monte Carlo title ended by Rublev


'Disaster' as Nadal's bid for 12th Monte Carlo title ended by Rublev
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Famous triumph: Russia's Andrey Rublev celebrates after beating Rafael Nadal Valery HACHE AFP
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Rafael Nadal's bid for a 12th Monte Carlo Masters title was shattered by Russia's Andrey Rublev, who swept to a 6-2, 4-6, 6-2 quarter-final win on Friday with the great Spaniard admitting his serve was "a disaster".
Nadal, bidding to reach the semi-finals of a Masters for the 75th time, followed world number one Novak Djokovic, who was beaten in the third round, out of the tournament.

'Disaster' As Nadal's Bid For 12th Monte Carlo Title Ended By Rublev

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'Disaster' As Nadal's Bid For 12th Monte Carlo Title Ended By Rublev
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Rafael Nadal's bid for a 12th Monte Carlo Masters title was shattered by Russia's Andrey Rublev, who swept to a 6-2, 4-6, 6-2 quarter-final win on Friday with the great Spaniard admitting his serve was "a disaster".
Nadal, bidding to reach the semi-finals of a Masters for the 75th time, followed world number one Novak Djokovic, who was beaten in the third round, out of the tournament.
"Today was one of those days that my serve was a disaster," said world number three Nadal.

'Awful' Djokovic ousted, Nadal races into quarters | Daily Express Online


Published on: Saturday, April 17, 2021
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Novak Djokovic plays a return during his match against Daniel Evans.
MONTE CARLO: Novak Djokovic crashed out of the Monte Carlo Masters on Thursday following an “awful performance” in a 6-4, 7-5 defeat by Dan Evans, while 11-time champion Rafael Nadal powered into the quarter-finals.
World number one Djokovic was broken five times by the Briton in their last-16 clash and suffered his first loss of the year, having won the Australian Open for the ninth time in February.
The 33rd-ranked Evans, who dumped out this month’s Miami Open winner Hubert Hurkacz in the previous round, will play 11th seed David Goffin for a place in the semi-finals. 

Nadal bounced out of Monte-Carlo Masters by inspired Rublev

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Nadal bounced out of Monte-Carlo Masters by inspired Rublev
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Sports Desk, Apr 16 (EFE).- Spanish tennis great Rafael Nadal ran into a buzz saw Friday in the quarterfinals of the Monte-Carlo Masters, falling 6-2, 4-6, 6-2 to in-form Russian Andrey Rublev.
The 11-time champion had convincingly won his previous two matches over the world No. 8 on hard courts and was not expected to have any serious difficulties on his beloved clay, particularly after having started the tournament with a pair of lopsided victories over Federico Delbonis and Grigor Dimitrov.
But after recovering an early break of serve and leveling the match at 2-2, Nadal committed two double faults en route to dropping serve in the fifth game and another in falling behind 5-2.

Rublev stuns Nadal in Monte Carlo; Evans backs up Djokovic win

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Rublev stuns Nadal in Monte Carlo; Evans backs up Djokovic win
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Berlin, April 17 : Rafael Nadal was dumped out of the Monte Carlo Masters as Andrey Rublev completed a superb 6-2, 4-6, 6-2 victory in their quarter-final clash.
Nadal went into the meeting with a 73-5 record at the event but Russian Rublev was in inspired form and stunned his Spanish opponent, DPA reported.
The 11-time champion looked set to complete a trademark comeback after taking the second set in 74 minutes. But Rublev held firm in the decider to claim a memorable victory after two hours and 33 minutes.

Nadal's bid for 12th Monte Carlo title ended by Rublev

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Nadal's bid for 12th Monte Carlo title ended by Rublev
Spaniard says he has missed an opportunity to start clay court season in ‘right way’ after 6-2, 4-6, 6-2 quarter loss
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April 17, 2021
MONTE CARLO:
Rafael Nadal's bid for a 12th Monte Carlo Masters title was shattered by Russia's Andrey Rublev, who swept to a 6-2, 4-6, 6-2 quarter-final win on Friday.
Nadal, bidding to reach the semi-finals of a Masters event for the 75th time, followed world number one Novak Djokovic, who was beaten in the third round, out of the tournament.
"It's always sad to lose here. I missed an opportunity to start the clay court season in the right way. But that's it. It's not the moment to complain," said Nadal.

Rublev Reaches First Masters 1000 Final, Plays Tsitsipas In Monte-Carlo | ATP Tour

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Russian star to play Tsitsipas on Sunday
Andrey Rublev booked a place in a first ATP Masters 1000 final on Saturday after he stopped Casper Ruud of Norway 6-3, 7-5 at the Rolex Monte-Carlo Masters.
There was no let down for the sixth-seeded Russian, a day on from his victory over 11-time former champion Rafael Nadal. Rublev improved to an ATP Tour-best 24-4 match record on the season by hitting 21 winners past Ruud for victory in 80 minutes at the Monte-Carlo Country Club.
“It is an amazing feeling. It is my first [ATP Masters 1000] final, so I am really happy,” Rublev said in his post-match interview. “We will see what is going to happen [in the final]. I will try to do my best.”

Rublev, Tsitsipas qualify for Monte-Carlo Masters final - La Prensa Latina Media

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Rublev, Tsitsipas qualify for Monte-Carlo Masters final
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Sports Desk, Apr 17 (EFE).- Andrey Rublev set up a Monte-Carlo Masters final clash against Stefanos Tsitsipas after straight-set wins over Casper Ruud and Daniel Evans respectively as both continue their search for a maiden ATP Masters title.
The Russian, who stunned the 11-time Champions Rafael Nadal in the last-8, secured his first ATP Masters final appearance with a 6-3, 7-5 win over Ruud, who knocked out holder Fabio Fognini in the quarterfinals.
 During the 80-minute encounter, the sixth-seed could not save any of the three break points he faced but managed to create and seize on five break points to advance to the final of the first clay ATP Masters of the season.

Tsitsipas to play Rublev in Monte Carlo final


Tsitsipas to play Rublev in Monte Carlo final
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Stefanos Tsitsipas defeated Dan Evans 6-2, 6-1 in the semi-finals of the Monte Carlo Masters on Saturday and will face Andrey Rublev for the title.
Fourth seed Tsitsipas needed just over an hour to dispatch Britain's Evans, who knocked out world number one Novak Djokovic in the last 16.
Tsitsipas has yet to drop a set in Monte Carlo this week and is through to his third Masters 1000 final.
He finished runner-up in Canada in 2018 and Madrid the following year.

Tsitsipas, Rublev in Monte Carlo final with maiden Masters title at stake

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Eighth-seed Rublev of Russia, having shocked Nadal in the quarter-finals, beat unseeded Norwegian Casper Ruud 6-3, 7-5

Tsitsipas and Rublev Win to Reach Monte Carlo Masters Final


Saturday, 17 April, 2021 - 17:30
Stefanos Tsitsipas of Greece celebrates winning a point against Daniel Evans of Britain during their semifinal match of the Monte Carlo Tennis Masters tournament in Monaco, Friday, April 17, 2020. (AP)
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Fourth-seeded Stefanos Tsitsipas swatted aside unseeded Dan Evans 6-2, 6-1 on Saturday to reach the Monte Carlo Masters final for the first time and stay on course for a first title this year.
The big-serving Greek's opponent will be sixth-seeded Russian Andrey Rublev, who beat unseeded Norwegian Casper Ruud 6-3, 7-5. Rublev aims for his second title of the year, his first at Masters level and ninth overall in his career.

'Disaster' as Nadal's bid for 12th Monte Carlo title ended by Rublev » Borneo Bulletin Online

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April 18, 2021
MONTE CARLO (AFP) – Rafael Nadal’s bid for a 12
th Monte Carlo Masters title was shattered by Russia’s Andrey Rublev, who swept to a 6-2, 4-6, 6-2 quarter-final win on Friday with the great Spaniard admitting his serve was “a disaster”.
Nadal, bidding to reach the semi-finals of a Masters for the 75
th time, followed world number one Novak Djokovic, who was beaten in the third round, out of the tournament.
“Today was one of those days that my serve was a disaster,” said world number three Nadal.
“It’s always sad to lose here. I missed an opportunity to start the clay court season the right way. But that’s it. It’s not the moment to complain.

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