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US Open: Nadal through to round 2 as Ferrer retires for first time in 208 matches

DNA Tuesday, 28 August 2018
US Open: Nadal through to round 2 as Ferrer retires for first time in 208 matchesDefending champion Rafael Nadal progressed to the second round of the US Open on Tuesday after fellow Spaniard David Ferrer retired midway through the second set due to a calf injury.

Nadal, the world number one, breezed through the first set without facing a break point but the 36-year-old Ferrer fought back in the second,...
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