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Pablo Carreño - Rafael Nadal
French Open men - 7 June 2017
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A big shame for Carreno Busta.
PABLO CARRENO BUSTA 0-2 RAFAEL NADAL: Nadal races into a two-game advantage in the second and it is too much for Carreno Busta, who can’t continue. That is match over. What a shame.
Carreno Busta takes a medical timeout. First he calls for the trainer before leaving the court for further treatment.
PABLO CARRENO BUSTA 2-6 RAFAEL NADAL: Carreno Busta breaks Nadal twice but still contrives to lose the set. The number 18 hands the set to the fourth seed with a double fault. 15 unforced errors already from Carreno Busta.
PABLO CARRENO BUSTA 2-5 RAFAEL NADAL: Carreno Busta breaks to love. A fine riposte to Nadal’s dominance – he must now hold.
PABLO CARRENO BUSTA 1-5 RAFAEL NADAL: Nadal is serving for the set, already. Carreno Busta’s unforced error count is edging up as he looks for the lines. Nadal breaks again and Carreno Busta’s first appearance in a Grand Slam quarter-final could be short-lived.
PABLO CARRENO BUSTA 1-4 RAFAEL NADAL: This time Nadal consolidates. It is the nine-time champion who is dealing with the conditions – the wind is howling, it is pretty chilly and there are minimal spectators - better here.
PABLO CARRENO BUSTA 1-3 RAFAEL NADAL: A third break of serve on the bounce. Nadal takes the only break point on offer to re-open the two-game advantage.
PABLO CARRENO BUSTA 1-2 RAFAEL NADAL: That is a fine response from Carreno Busta, who immediately breaks back. We are back on serve.
PABLO CARRENO BUSTA 0-2 RAFAEL NADAL: Nadal gets his into gear early on and fashions a break point in the second game of the set. He duly takes it with a fine crosscourt, whipped forehand.
PABLO CARRENO BUSTA 0-1 RAFAEL NADAL: Some absolute savage hitting from both players to open the match with one fine winner from Carreno Busta but Nadal has enough to hold to 30.
The players are out on court...
After some pre-match reading on Nadal's excellence? Here you go…
The nine-time winner here remains the man to beat as he chases his La Decima but Carreno Busta showed he is not to be underestimated having come from 1-0 and 2-1 down to oust Milos Raonic at the fourth-round stage.
Nadal has been in imperious form thus far, and is yet to drop a set.
Hello and welcome to our game-by-game coverage from the Philippe-Chatrier Court, where Pablo Carreno Busta takes on fourth seed but overwhelming favourite for the tournament Rafael Nadal for a spot in the semi-finals.