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Exhibition match: Rafael Nadal vs David Nalbandian



Rafael Nadal, one of the greatest tennis players of all time, returns to Argentina to participate
in an exhibition match with one of Argentina´s top players, David Nalbandian, at La Rural Exhibition
Center (Av Santa Fe & Av. Sarmiento), on November 23rd, 2013.
Nadal and Nalbandian met seven times in the circuit. The Argentinian won the first two clashes (2007
Madrid and París Masters); Rafa Nadal, the last five.
The last time Rafael Nadal visited Buenos Aires was in 2005, when he was only 19, and was defeated
on the quarterfinals of the ATP Buenos Aires by Gaston Gaudio, at the time champion of Roland Garros.
But now he returns as winner of 12 Grand Slam titles, the Olympic Gold Medal, 24 ATP World Tour
Masters 1000 and 14 ATP World Tour 500 tournaments.
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Re: Exhibition match: Rafael Nadal vs David Nalbandian 23 November 2013

will David be able to play full match?
his shoulder ...
 

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Re: Exhibition match: Rafael Nadal vs David Nalbandian 23 November 2013

funny pic shows David's active period in ATP


 

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they always used same colors? ... funny
 

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Re: Exhibition match: Rafael Nadal vs David Nalbandian 23 November 2013


David Nalbandian defeats Rafael Nadal

http://sport.news.am/eng/news/32727/david-nalbandian-defeats-rafael-nadal.html



Argentinean-Armenian tennis star David Nalbandian beat Spain’s Rafael Nadal, who is ranked World No.1,
in an exhibition match in Argentina, ESPN reports.

Nalbandian, 31, defeated his opponent in two sets: 6-4 and 7-6. In the coming days the two tennis
stars will play an exhibition match in Argentina’s capital city Buenos Aires.

To note, David Nalbandian ended his professional tennis career this year.
 
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