Nadal toys with Veic en route to fourth round

Updated: 28 May 2011 18:05 IST

Rafael Nadal's third round match against Croatia's Antonio Veic was his easiest yet in this year's edition of the French Open. The Spaniard cruised to a straight sets win to storm into the fourth round on Saturday.

Nadal toys with Veic en route to fourth round
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Paris:

Rafael Nadal's third round match against Croatia's Antonio Veic was his easiest yet in this year's edition of the French Open. The Spaniard cruised to a straight sets win to storm into the fourth round on Saturday.

A spirited effort on the clay-court, Nadal looked in top form as he covered great distance to stab any resilience that looked to take shape from the other end of the court. That he took the first set in under half hour was a show of sheer dominance from the 24-year-old.

He followed the first set result with unforgiving power to seal the match in the next two sets as the game finished 6-1, 6-3, 6-0 in his favour.

Topics : Tennis Venus Williams Antonio Veic Novak Djokovic Juan Martin del Potro Andy Murray Rafael Nadal French Open 2011 French Open 2011
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