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Tennis Video: Rafael Nadal won his first trophy of the 2015 season and a record-equalling 46th-career-clay-title as he garnered a comfortable defeat over Juan Monaco.
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Valcke questions video technology proposals
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Bruce staying positive in relegation fight
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Nadal wants to protect clay court tournaments
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Giggs pleased with Hotel Football project
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