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Australian Open: Rafael Nadal says 'no pain' after Sydney tie as Slam looms

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Tuesday, 8 January 2019 ()

Injury-plagued world number two Rafael Nadal insists he is healthy and in no pain after coming through an exhibition game in Sydney, just days after pulling out of the Brisbane International.
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