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Mark Petchey marvels at David Ferrer's win over Rafael Nadal but downplays it's long-term significance.
Rafael Nadal is the undisputed king of clay, so how do you beat him on it? Mark Petchey examines...
Mark Petchey hails the new world number two and clears up the debate over Andy Murray's best surface.
Fans can expect a huge scrap in the last-eight of the men's singles at Wimbledon, says Mark Petchey.
Andy Murray is a genuine contender for the Wimbledon title. Mark Petchey looks at the reasons why.
He suffered an early exit in Rome but Mark Petchey believes Andy Murray will bounce back in Madrid.
As the Masters Tour rolls into Rome this week Mark Petchey can only see one winner - Rafael Nadal.
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Heather Watson was broken seven times as she was dumped out of the first round of the Baku Cup by Kristina Mladenovic.
Robin Haase was forced to dig deep before advancing past Aleksandr Nedovyesov in the first round of the Swiss Open.
Sam Querrey safely reached the last 16 of the BB&T Atlanta Open but two American hopefuls failed to qualify.
Viktor Troicki enjoyed a winning-return to competitive tennis in the first round of the Swiss Open at Gstaad.
Wildcard Bernard Tomic managed to dethrone Ivo Karlovic and clinch the Claro Open Colombia title.
Chocolate and Roger Federer - everything that is great about picturesque Switzerland. Throw in Olympic skiing gold medalist Lindsey Vonn and you get the ultimate challenge.
With the US Open just around the corner, it is time for Stan Wawrinka to have another run.
It's been another eventful week across the world of sport, but again it showed that for every smiling winner there's a disheartened loser.