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- Rafael Nadal The First To Qualify For The ATP London Finals, Increases No. 1 Race Lead
- Thiem 3165 4 Stan Wawrinka 3140 5 Alexander Zverev 2140 6 Novak Djokovic 1975 7 Andy Murray 1930 8 David Goffin 1820 9 Pablo Carreno Busta 1740 10 Jo-Wilfried Tsonga 1570 11 Grigor Dimitrov 1565 12 Kei Nishikori 1560 ...
- Nadal Returns To French Open Final, Will Face Wawrinka Who Outlasts Murray In 5
- six matches he's only lost 29 games, the fewest he's dropped en route to a Slam final (though he did get that retirement from Pablo Carreno Busta). It was another near-perfect performance and a reminder of just how much better he is than everyone else on clay. â€œI started a lit...
- Murray v Wawrinka, Nadal v Thiem; French Open SF Picks And Pans
- than the first set of Novak Djokovic-Dominic Thiem, the quarters were flat. The round of 16 wasn't much better. Milos Raonic-Pablo Carreno Busta finished strong. And the third round with the rain didn't have much drama either. So let's hope that changes tomorrow. And I think it wi...
- Novak Djokovic Is In Freefall
- much of the second and third sets. Next up for Thiem will be a fourth straight meeting with Rafael Nadal who got through when Pablo Carreno Busta busted an ab muscle in the second set. The injury didn't change the outcome as the 25-year-old was never going to win. So another easy day ...
- Djokovic Mentally Bails at French Open; Nadal, Thiem Book Semifinal
- few looks on his usually-dominant return of serve. Thiem will next face Nadal after the former No. 1 advanced past Spanish pal Pablo Carreno Busta. The first-time Slam quarterfinalist retired at 6-2, 2-0 with a left abdominal muscle injury. "Obviously, was not the perfect way for th...
- Rafael Nadal Enjoys Easiest Road Ever To French Open Semifinals
- to an abdominal injury suffered by Pablo Carreno Busta, Rafael Nadal was only on court today for about 50 minutes in a 62, 20 retirement win over his countryman to return to the French Open semifinals. Nadal has lost just 22 games in five matches en route to a record 10th French Ope...
- Djokovic v Thiem, Nadal v Carreno Busta; French Open Tuesday Picks And Pans
- Carreno Busta's Out His 2nd Title, Beating Fognini at ATP Moscow
- Pablo Carreno Busta: Against Rafa, I Could Win Easy Or Lose Easy, You Never Know
- Nicolas Almagro Wins First Title Since 2012 In Estoril Beating Pablo Carreno Busta
- Carreno Busta Moves Into First Masters SF Outlasting Cuevas At Indian Wells; Federer-Kyrgios Friday
- Carreno Busta Edges Bautista Agut To Claim First ATP Title In Winston-Salem
That's way more cleevr than I was expecting. Thanks!
Posted on June 9, 2011 at 11:29 ET
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