Novak Djokovic, Rafael Nadal, and the Winners and Losers at 2014 Rome Masters

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Novak Djokovic, Rafael Nadal, and the Winners and Losers at 2014 Rome Masters
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Novak Djokovic defeated Rafael Nadal for the 2014 Rome Masters title, but most importantly showed that he is healthy for a run at his first French Open title. Nadal knows he has work to do if he is to win one more title at Roland Garros.

We will mention some of the top matches of the week and examine the most important effects. Which players took a leap, and who was ground down by disappointment?

There are now five Masters 1000 tournaments in the rear-view mirror for 2014, and the next one will not come around until August. Meanwhile, the heart of the Grand Slam season is arriving as Paris and London take center stage. This is the time all players want to win the glory that will be remembered forever.

Join in with a peek at Rome's "Winners and Losers." This is where we look at the unusual, disappointing and triumphant happenings in tennis.

 

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