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Iga Swiatek wins Italian Open 2022 to claim 5th consecutive WTA title

Beijing News 16 May 2022
Rome , May 16 (ANI) ... Swiatek has won every WTA 1000 she has contested this season, winning Doha, Indian Wells, Miami and now Rome ... Swiatek won the first WTA 1000 title of her career last year in Rome.
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Iga Swiatek becomes the next monster of women's tennis ahead of French Open 2022

Sportingnews 16 May 2022
Became world no.1 after Ash Barty's retirement Four WTA 1000 titles (Rome, Miami, Indian Wells, Qatar) One WTA 500 title (Stuttgart) Has won her last 28 matches without defeat Has only lost three times in 2022 (Barty, Collins, Ostapenko) Has won 42 of her past 43 sets Didn't drop a set on her way to winning Rome and Miami.
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‘He’s Superman’ – Rafael Nadal can break Grand Slam record argues legend

Tennishead 15 May 2022
He’s still playing.” ... Navratilova discussed Nadal’s injury woes, likening the ATP veteran to Superman following his rapid return to the tour following his cracked rib at the Indian Wells Masters in March. Martina Navratilova was left impressed by the 10-time Rome champion’s ability to keep coming back from injury, as she said ... .
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AP Sports SummaryBrief at 3:24 p.m. EDT

Hickory Record 15 May 2022
ROME (AP) — Novak Djokovic raised his first trophy of the year at the Italian Open and showed that he’s back in top form exactly a week before the French Open starts. The top-ranked Djokovic beat Stefanos Tsitsipas 6-0, 7-6 (5) for his sixth Rome title after missing a large portion of the season because he wasn’t vaccinated against the coronavirus.
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Rafael Nadal takes positive step back from injury with win over Isner

The Guardian 11 May 2022
... the fractured rib he suffered from in the final of Indian Wells. In his first match in Rome, Nadal overcame a complicated start before finishing strongly to defeat John Isner 6-3, 6-1.
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‘Old machine’ takes time to fire up: Nadal

The Wire Network 11 May 2022
The Spaniard, sidelined by a rib injury at Indian Wells in March, hopes to build momentum in Rome before launching his campaign for a 14th French Open crown ... "When you're six weeks without touching a racquet and having the chance to move your body my body is like an old machine ... I'm confident that I can play well ... ....
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Rafael Nadal takes positive step back from injury with win over John Isner

The Observer 11 May 2022
This week at the Italian Open, Nadal finds himself in a starkly different position as he continues to navigate his return to form after being out for six weeks following the fractured rib that troubled him during the final of Indian Wells, which he lost to Taylor Fritz.
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Shapovalov says tougher heckler rules needed

Taipei Times 10 May 2022
Shapovalov lost his cool, was handed a point penalty and was booed by the fans, but he overcame all those distractions to beat Italy’s Sonego 7-6 (7/5), 3-6, 6-3 in his opening match in Rome ... The Spaniard, sidelined by a rib injury at Indian Wells in March, hopes to build momentum in Rome before launching his campaign for a 14th French Open crown.
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Nadal admits it takes time for his 'old machine' to fire up

Hong Kong Standard 10 May 2022
The Spaniard, sidelined by a rib injury at Indian Wells in March, hopes to build momentum in Rome before launching his campaign for a 14th French Open crown ... after winning the 2020 French Open, triumphed in Rome last year by hammering Karolina Pliskova 6-0, 6-0 in the final.
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Not 19 any more, Rafael Nadal takes it slow & easy

The Telegraph India 10 May 2022
The Spaniard, sidelined by a rib injury at Indian Wells in March, hopes to build momentum in Rome before launching his campaign for a 14th French Open crown ... I’m confident that I can play well ... “I am confident that I can play well honestly, no? The only thing that is sure is that I ...
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Nadal welcomes chance to fire up his ‘old machine’

Business Day 10 May 2022
The Spaniard, sidelined by a rib injury at Indian Wells in March, hopes to build momentum in Rome before launching his campaign for a 14th French Open crown. The 35-year-old Australian Open champion endured a string of injuries on a career of more than two decades. He said he needs time to get his body up to speed ... I’m confident that I can play well.
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Rafael Nadal says his 'old machine' takes time to fire up

The Times of India 10 May 2022
The Spaniard, sidelined by a rib injury at Indian Wells in March, hopes to build momentum in Rome before launching his campaign for a 14th French Open crown ... "When you're six weeks without touching a racquet and having the chance to move your body ... my body is like an old machine ... I'm confident that I can play well ... Who knows?" ... .
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Tennis-Nadal says his ‘old machine’ takes time to fire up

Metro USA 10 May 2022
The Spaniard, sidelined by a rib injury at Indian Wells in March, hopes to build momentum in Rome before launching his campaign for a 14th French Open crown ... “When you’re six weeks without touching a racquet and having the chance to move your body … my body is like an old machine ... I’m confident that I can play well ... .
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Nadal says his 'old machine' takes time to fire up

Reuters 10 May 2022
The Spaniard, sidelined by a rib injury at Indian Wells in March, hopes to build momentum in Rome before launching his campaign for a 14th French Open crown ... Register. "When you're six weeks without touching a racquet and having the chance to move your body my body is like an old machine ... I'm confident that I can play well ... Register ... ....
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Rafa Nadal brands his body an 'old machine' as it 'takes some time' to fire ...

The Daily Mail 10 May 2022
The Spaniard, sidelined by a rib injury at Indian Wells in March, hopes to build momentum in Rome before launching his campaign for a 14th French Open crown ... Rafa Nadal was back in action at the Madrid Open after more than a month on the sidelines. RELATED ARTICLES. Previous 1 Next ... 'If you are staying up until 4am... I'm confident that I can play well.

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