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Nadal wins Monte Carlo Masters for 10th time

Rafael Nadal easily beat Albert Ramos-Vinolas 6-1, 6-3 in an all-Spanish final on Sunday to win the Monte Carlo Masters for the 10th time and clinch the 70th title of his career.

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U.S., Czechs split singles in Fed Cup semifinals

CoCo Vandeweghe defeated Marketa Vondrousova 6-1, 6-4 as the United States and the defending champion Czech Republic split their opening-day singles matches at the Fed Cup on Saturday.

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Sharapova learns about French Open in May

Maria Sharapova will find out the week starting May 15 if she can compete at the French Open, which starts two weeks later, the French Tennis Federation said.

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Cirstea: We are tougher than the British

Johanna Konta was accused of gamesmanship after being reduced to tears by abuse from Romania Fed Cup captain Ilie Nastase and the crowd on an extraordinary afternoon in Constanta.

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Nadal reaches final in controversial match (1:48)
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Poll: Who is our next supernova?

We'll just come right out and say it: There's a sudden void in our summer. No Serena Williams? On top of the already-missing Ronda Rousey? Vote for your pick to fill those sneakers.

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Andy Murray finding life at No. 1 anything but charmed

With a surprising loss at the Monte Carlo Masters, world No. 1 Andy Murray is beginning to understand just how difficult it is to be the most hunted player on tour.

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Novak Djokovic still searching for lost mojo

By barely escaping his Monte Carlo Masters opener, it's clear Novak Djokovic just can't figure out a solution to the problems that have plagued him all season.

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Garza wins appeal in match-fixing case

Mexican tennis player Daniel Garza has been reinstated after being suspended for six months and fined $5,000 in October when he was found guilty of a match-fixing offense.

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Darren Cahill @darren_cahill

Good hard court form always translates to great clay court form for Rafa. Signs were there. He delivers again. 10🏆in Monte Carlo. 50 clay🏆 👏

Darren Cahill @darren_cahill

No-one charges the net harder than Rafa on clay. When he decides he's coming in... look out. He'd smash through a brick wall.