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Tennis Scores: Nadal wins third ATP Mutua Madrid Open title
By Andrew Scott Sunday, 12 May 2013 10:54
Rafael Nadal won his third ATP Mutua Madrid Open title after defeating Stanislas Wawrinka 6-2 6-4, and fans everywhere saw some very impressive tennis scores.
Tennis betting fans saw that the Spaniard won in only 71 minutes on the Caja Magica, recording his fifth title on his seventh consecutive final since returning to action from a knee injury that left him on the sidelines for seven months.
Nadal, ranked fifth, made it to his 55th career title, which is his 40th one on clay, while moving his head-to-head record to 9-0 against the Swiss with very good tennis scores.
Wawrinka, who was looking to clinch his second consecutive title having won last week in Portugal, had trouble dealing with Nadal’s power throughout the match.
The 11-time grand slam winner, famous throughout the world for his great tennis scores, found the first set to be a breeze, racing into a lead at the outset of 4-0 and 5-1.
The Spaniard won two of his seven break points while not giving Wawrinka a chance to hit back, before Nadal claimed the set with an ace in only 31 minutes, and tennis betting fans everywhere were truly impressed with his performance.
15th seeded Wawrinka tried to fight back in the second, but again he was not able to create any break points on Nadal’s serve, and it was only a matter of time before the home favourite won.
The Spaniard broke again to advance 4-3 before serving out to clinch his 23rd Masters Series title, making great tennis scores in the process.
“The truth is that I am very happy and perhaps this victory is even more special where we have come from,” he said afterwards.
“Last season was a difficult season and to play for me was a dream.
“This is the most aggressive I have been in a match.
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“I think these have been intense matches in which I have been able to play well and thanks to this excellent crowd it has been easier.”