Rafael Nadal defeated Andrey Kuznetsov 6-3, 6-3 on Tuesday to win his 11th consecutive match this year and advance to the third round of the Madrid Masters.
World No 2 and defending champion, Andy Murray, will have competition from four other top-10 players in Rafael Nadal, Stan Wawrinka, Jo-Wilfried Tsonga and Milos Raonic at Queen's Club.
Rafael Nadal cruised to the third round of the 2016 Madrid Open on Tuesday, wasting little energy in getting past Russia's Andrey Kuznetsov. The Spaniard dominated with his serve and patiently waited for his chances in the return game, booking a meeting with the winner of the match between Lucas Pouille and Sam Querrey in the next round with the win. Show More Summary
Novak Djokovic talks Rafael Nadal in Madrid.
Rafael Nadal reiterates his stance on more transparency in the drug testing program.
Rafael Nadal seeks a fourth title in Madrid where he isn't worried about the altitude.
As the ATP and WTA tours dive into the Madrid Masters, the past week featured entertaining performances by players other than Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic. It was a chance for journeyman veterans to shine as they outlasted...Show More Summary
Rafael Nadal is pleased with his form going into the final tournament before his bid for a record 10th French Open title in Paris. Nadal arrives at the Madrid Masters having won two straight titles.
Sean Randall previews the Madrid men's draw. Will we see a Novak Djokovic v Rafael Nadal final?
April’s clay-court swing concludes with Rafael Nadal as the clear winner, but the 2016 Madrid Masters begins the all-important trilogy to crowning the French Open champion. The top stars are rested and ready to take on the best of the ATP, and we will see who is peaking and who is off track. Each player has something different at stake. Show More Summary
A prosperous fortnight in Monte Carlo and Barcelona gave a rejuvenated Rafael Nadal two big titles and imbued him with the type of confidence booster he desired for months on end. The sample size is small, but Nadal showed flashes of the old "King of Clay" we once grew accustomed to seeing wreak havoc every spring. The buzz around him is palpable. Show More Summary
Rafael Nadal has asked the International Tennis Federation to put an end to claims he has been doping by publishing his drug test results and blood-profile records. The Spaniard, who has won 14 grand slam titles, filed a lawsuit against...Show More Summary
It's the second time Nadal, winner of 14 Grand Slam titles, has been selected as a flag-bearer. The world No 5 was given the honour for the 2012 London Olympics but missed the games with injury.
As the 2016 French Open looms closer, Rafael Nadal may have opened the door to his rivalry with world No. 1 Novak Djokovic. The great Spaniard has come back from the obscure depths of his No. 5 ranking with a huge turnaround in justShow More Summary
Fed up with being accused of doping, Rafael Nadal has written to the president of the International Tennis Federation and asked for his drug-test results and blood profile records to be made public.
Rafael Nadal wasn't kidding about suing public figures who think he's doping.
14-time Grand Slam tennis champion Rafael Nadal filed a lawsuit against former French minister Roselyne Bachelot over her allegations that the sportsman failed a drug test.
Rafael Nadal wins his ninth title in Barcelona, which also ties him with the all-time record for most wins in clay court.
According to the points, only Novak Djokovic has had a better 2016 than Rafael Nadal.
Rafael Nadal got wet again after winning a ninth Barcelona title.