Rafael Nadal almost always gets his own way on clay, but sometimes even he’s helpless in the face of tennis brilliance.
The Spaniard overcame Martin Klizan in the quarter-finals of the Barcelona Open on Friday, but it was the Slovakian world number 140 who produced perhaps the most memorable moment of the clash when he showed speed and touch that even the King of Clay himself would have been proud to produce.
— Tennis TV (@TennisTV) April 27, 2018
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