- Associated Press via Yahoo! NewsApr 23 10:19 AM
BARCELONA, Spain (AP) — Rafael Nadal's clay-court woes mounted on Thursday at the Barcelona Open with another loss.
- Fox SportsApr 23 11:20 AM
Rafael Nadal's clay-court woes mounted Thursday at the Barcelona Open with another loss.
- AP via Yahoo!7 SportsApr 23 17:05 PM
Rafael Nadal is trying to keep positive after another loss, saying his run of poor form will eventually come to an end.
- AFP via Yahoo! NewsApr 23 10:20 AM
Rafael Nadal's stuttering season continued as he was stunned 6-4, 7-6 (8/6) by Italy's Fabio Fognini at the Barcelona Open on Thursday. Nadal, an eight-time champion in Barcelona, had won four of the previous five meetings between the two, but also lost to Fognini on clay earlier this season in Rio de Janeiro.
- AFP via Yahoo! SportsApr 23 10:49 AM
Fourteen-time Grand Slam champion Rafael Nadal described his performance as "awful" as he crashed out of the Barcelona Open 6-4, 7-6 (8/6) to Italian Fabio Fognini on Thursday. Despite losing to world number one Novak Djokovic in the semi-finals of the Monte Carlo Masters last week, Nadal came to the Catalan capital in high spirits after playing the best tennis of his season to date.
- The Associated Press via Yahoo! SportsApr 22 13:33 PM
Rafael Nadal avenged last year's loss to Nicolas Almagro by beating his fellow Spaniard 6-3, 6-1 at the Barcelona Open on Wednesday, while U.S. Open champion Marin Cilic slumped to a second-round exit. The second-seeded Nadal, who lost last week to Novak Djokovic in the Monte Carlo semifinals, rebounded with a solid performance to advance to the third round.
- BBC NewsApr 23 8:47 AM
Rafael Nadal says he "played poorly" after losing in straight sets to Italy's Fabio Fognini in round three of the Barcelona Open.
- AFP via Yahoo! SportsApr 22 11:27 AM
Rafael Nadal avenged his shock defeat to Nicolas Almagro at last year's Barcelona Open to move into the third round in the Catalan capital with a 6-3, 6-1 win on Wednesday. Almagro's sole victory in 13 meetings with the 14-time Grand Slam champion in last year's quarter-final ended Nadal's incredible 41-match winning streak in Barcelona. At the start he served very well and won a lot of points...
- UPIApr 22 11:13 AM
Eight-time champion Rafael Nadal and four-time runner-up David Ferrer moved on, while fourth seed Marin Cilic was sent packing in second-round action Wednesday at the $2.1 million Barcelona Open tennis event.
- Sydney Morning HeraldApr 24 8:05 AM
Rafael Nadal's clay-court woes have mounted at the Barcelona Open with another loss.