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Below is the list of active players who won against Nadal on clay. It comprises 10 players, and only three of them were born 1988 or later. Will this list soon be extended or was the match yesterday against Schwartzman only a bad day at the office?

Federer (2)
Verdasco
Wawrinka
Cuevas
Murray (2)
Djokovic (7)
Fognini (3)
Schwartzman
Thiem (4)
Tsitsipas
 

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What about Zeballos?

Also can anyone provide a list of all matches Nadal has lost on clay since he turned pro? So that's including Main tour, Challenger and ITF futures etc.
I believe he's lost only 40 matches in his career?
 

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Honestly, only 2 wins for Federer is quite embarrassing. At least he is the only player to bagel Nadal on clay, he can thank Fabio for throwing a 5-0 40-0 lead.
 

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What about Zeballos?

Also can anyone provide a list of all matches Nadal has lost on clay since he turned pro? So that's including Main tour, Challenger and ITF futures etc.
I believe he's lost only 40 matches in his career?
Click on the red ribbon 436-39 (on the far right side) for the list of all clay matches.


You can then choose "all" (on the far right side) or 15, 25, 50 matches listed per screen.

 

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Sascha should be on this list too but the rain break saved Nadal big time in the 2018 Rome final.
 

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Click on the red ribbon 436-39 (on the far right side) for the list of all clay matches.


You can then choose "all" (on the far right side) or 15, 25, 50 matches listed per screen.

It's only showing the matches of the tournaments he won, and that too for Main tour matches. Nothing about challengers of futures etc. So his losses in Rome, and the 3 clay tournaments he lost last year doesn't show up, only RG and Rome of last year are the latest entries since he won the tournaments.
 

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It's only showing the matches of the tournaments he won, and that too for Main tour matches. Nothing about challengers of futures etc. So his losses in Rome, and the 3 clay tournaments he lost last year doesn't show up, only RG and Rome of last year are the latest entries since he won the tournaments.
It should list all his 475 clay matches (436-39) starting with win over Delgado and loss to Rochus in 2002 Mallorca at the bottom of the page or at the last page if you have chosen just 15, 25 or 50 matches per page instead of "All".

If it is different for you then you simply select these filters (left-to-right):

Career, All-levels, Clay, All-rounds, Vs-all, All-tournaments, Played.

If instead of filter "Played" we select "Lost" we will then get this list with his 39 career losses:

Nadal_Losses.jpg
 

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Sascha should be on this list too but the rain break saved Nadal big time in the 2018 Rome final.
Or rather it is Zverev tiny testicles (even if I hope it can change*) like we saw in USO Final too.

*Lendl was called a looser in the early stages of his career, 2010 Nole too (All Slavian people).
 

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Honestly, only 2 wins for Federer is quite embarrassing. At least he is the only player to bagel Nadal on clay, he can thank Fabio for throwing a 5-0 40-0 lead.
Gaudio and Coria have both bagled Nadal on clay too. I believe Fognini, Gulbis and Djokovic were all one point away from doing it once before as well.
 

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Federer (2)
Verdasco
Wawrinka
Cuevas
Murray (2)
Djokovic (7)
Fognini (3)
Schwartzman
Thiem (4)
Tsitsipas
This list is interesting. Only 15% of top 100 players play a single hander. And yet, against Rafa on clay about 40% of players who have ever won are single handers.
 
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