Tsitsipas Secures Third Monte-Carlo Crown by Defeating Ruud
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In a swift one-hour and 37-minute showdown, Tsitsipas joined an elite club of players who have won three or more Monte-Carlo titles, including Rafael Nadal (11), Bjorn Borg (3), Thomas Muster (3), and Ilie Nastase (3).
Sumit Nagal Breaks 42-Year Indian Record at Monte Carlo Masters Singles Main Draw
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Next up for Nagal is a showdown with Matteo Arnaldi of Italy, currently ranked 35th in the world, in the opening round of the clay court tournament. This remarkable achievement follows in the footsteps of the legendary Ramesh Krishnan, who achieved a similar feat back in 1982.
Rafael Nadal's Absence Casts Doubt on Monte Carlo Masters and French Open Participation
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Expressing his disappointment on social media, Nadal conveyed, "These are challenging times for me. Unfortunately, I must announce that I won't be participating in Monte Carlo. My body isn't cooperating as I hoped. Despite my relentless efforts and determination to compete again in tournaments that hold significant meaning for me, the reality is that I'm unable to compete at this time."
Sumit Nagal's Exit from Marrakech Open Pre-Quarters
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Despite a strong start, the 95th-ranked Nagal couldn't sustain his momentum and succumbed to a 6-1, 3-6, 4-6 defeat against Italy's Lorenzo Sonego, who showcased his skill and experience on the clay courts.
Sumit Nagal Triumphs in First Round of Marrakesh Open
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Ranked 95th in the world, Nagal displayed remarkable resilience as he battled past Moutet with a scoreline of 4-6, 6-3, 6-2 in the opening match of the Grand Prix Hassan II event. This victory was particularly significant considering Nagal's previous defeat against the same opponent in the Challenger final in Helsinki last year.
Collins Triumphs Over Rybakina: Captures WTA 1000 Title at Miami Final
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In a gripping match lasting 2 hours and 2 minutes, both players displayed remarkable power hitting. Despite the tough competition, the 30-year-old Collins emerged victorious, securing her third WTA singles title, her first-ever WTA 1000 title, and her first championship since 2021.
Dimitrov's Triumph at Miami Open: Setting the Stage for Sinner Showdown and Top 10 Return
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This victory also propelled Dimitrov back into the top echelons of men's tennis, as he climbed to No. 9 in the ATP Live Rankings, marking his return to the Top 10 for the first time since November 2018. The 260-week gap between his previous Top 10 standing stands as the third-longest in ATP Rankings history, highlighting the resilience and determination of the Bulgarian athlete.
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