Nadal delighted to recover from back injury
Rafael Nadal was delighted to put his back injury behind him and win the Rio Open on Sunday.
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Marcotti remembers Uruguay's Obdulio Varela
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Di Maria: I wanted to come to United
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What does Costa's injury mean for Chelsea?
ESPN FC on TV: The ESPN FC panel discuss the impact Diego Costa's injury will have on Chelsea's lineup and if it means Fernando Torres will start.
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Atletico Madrid forced to halt transfer plans
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