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Monte-Carlo Final – Nadal vs Djokovic

UPDATE – Rafa hammered Djokovic (6-3, 6-1) to claim his eighth Monte-Carlo title and finally see what it feels like to beat Nole again! Congratulations!

Nadal has won seven straight titles and 41 straight matches in Monte-Carlo, yet has lost seven straight finals (including two on clay) to Djokovic. Which streak will end on Sunday in the Masters series final?

Rafael Nadal still, despite those seven straight losses, leads Novak Djokovic by 16-14 in the head to head. But he desperately needs to change the tide and show that somehow he can still beat Nole – especially as it is on his favourite surface at his most successful event.


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Monte-Carlo – Nadal vs Simon

With 40 consecutive wins now under his belt at Monte-Carlo, Rafa has to win just two more to claim his eight title. Can he do it?

Rafael Nadal has played Gilles Simon five times, with a 4-1 winning record. Despite the lead in the head to head however, Simon is one of those players Rafa has always had to work hard to beat, and with the Frenchman in very solid form, it will be interesting to see how this first meeting ever on clay unwinds…

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Monte-Carlo – Links to Free Live  TV Streams

Rafael Nadal vs Gilles Simon, Saturday, not before 3pm (5pm GMT)

Option 1 – Monte-Carlo – Live TV – English
Option 2 – Monte-Carlo – Live TV – English

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Monte-Carlo – Nadal vs Wawrinka

UPDATE: Nadal won 7-5, 6-4

Rafael Nadal and Stanislas Wawrinka have played seven times before, with Rafa winning every time – in fact the Swiss compatriot of Federer has never won a set off Nadal before, so must now find it daunting to meet him on clay.

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Monte-Carlo – Links to Free Live  TV Streams

Rafael Nadal vs Mikhail Kushkin, Friday, probably after 1pm (3pm GMT)

Option 1 – Monte-Carlo – Live TV – English
Option 2 – Monte-Carlo – Live TV – English

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Monte-Carlo – Nadal vs Kukushkin

UPDATE: Nadal won 7-1, 6-1

Rafael Nadal and Mikhail Kushkin met just once before – when Rafa won in Thailand two years ago.

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Monte-Carlo – Links to Free Live  TV Streams

Rafael Nadal vs Mikhail Kushkin, Thursday, probably after 3-4pm (5-6pm GMT)

Option 1 – Monte-Carlo – Live TV – English
Option 2 – Monte-Carlo – Live TV – English

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Monte-Carlo – Nadal vs Nieminen

UPDATE: Nadal won 6-4, 6-3

Rafael Nadal and Jarkko Nieminen have played six times before, with Rafa winning every time. Still, with the Mallorcan fresh back from a knee injury, it will be interesting to see whether he can quickly find his rhythm on his favourite surface.

Monte-Carlo is the only “optional” Masters event, and once again Rodger Federer has chosen to sit it out.

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Monte-Carlo – Links to Free Live  TV Streams

Rafael Nadal vs Jarkko Nieminen, Wednesday, probably after 2pm (4pm GMT)

Option 1 – Monte-Carlo – Live TV – English
Option 2 – Monte-Carlo – Live TV – English

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Miami – Nadal vs Murray

UPDATE: Rafael Nadal pulled out prior to the match, due to his knee injury, allowing Andy Murray to progress to the Miami final.

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Miami – Links to Free Live  TV Streams

Rafael Nadal vs Andy Murray, Friday second match, probably after 4pm (8pm GMT)

Option 1 – Miami – Live TV – English
Option 2 – Miami – Live TV – English

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Miami – Federer vs Roddick

UPDATE – Result: Big upset as Federer tumbles out of the tournament to Andy Roddick, 7-6, 1-6, 6-4

Roger Federer has a convincing 21-2 lead in the head to head over Andy Roddick, but the American can look for inspiration to the quarterfinals in Miami in 2008 when he beat Fed in three sets.

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Miami – Links to Free Live  TV Streams

Roger Federer vs Andy Roddick, Monday 7:30pm (11:30pm GMT)

Option 1 – Miami – Live TV – English
Option 2 – Miami – Live TV – English

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Miami – Nadal vs Nishikori

UPDATE: Nadal beat Nishikori 6-4, 6-4 after previously losing the doubles with Granollers doubles 6-4, 6-3

Rafael Nadal and Marcel Granollers looked good in the first round in seeing off the strong Croatian pair, and now will come up against Mahesh Bhupathi and Rohan Bopanna  of India.

Then on Tuesday, Nadal will play Kei Nishikori, who he has played and beaten three times before.

Rafa had this to say about his opponent:

“He’s a fantastic player and it will be a very difficult match for me,” said Nadal. “He has a big talent to hit the ball very early, to play very aggressive. So he will be a really tough opponent.”

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Miami – Links to Free Live  TV Streams

Rafael Nadal vs Kei Nishikori, Tuesday 11am (3pm GMT)

Option 1 – Miami – Live TV – English
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Miami – Federer vs Harrison

UPDATE: Result – Roger Federer beat Ryan Harrison, 6-2, 7-6

Roger Federer met Ryan Harrison at Indian Wells last year – and beat him and straight sets in the only previous meeting between the two.

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Miami – Links to Free Live  TV Streams

Roger Federer vs Ryan Harrison, Saturday, second match of afternoon, probably after 2pm (7pm GMT)

Option 1 – Miami – Live TV – English
Option 2 – Miami – Live TV – English

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Miami – Nadal vs Giraldo

UPDATE: Results – Rafael Nadal and Marcel Granollers beat Marin Cilic and Ivo Karlovic by 6-1, 6-3 on Friday. He then beat Santiago Giraldo in the singles, 6-2, 6-0 on Friday

Tomorrow (Friday) he will play Santiago Giraldo, who he has beaten four out of four times in the past.

Roger Federer earned an extra day’s rest after the great title he claimed at Indian Wells last weekend, and will debut against Ryan Harrison on Saturday.