analysis Murray believes he can beat Nadal on clay, writes Simon Cambers
For most players, beating Rafael Nadal is like scaling Everest, a task too steep to conquer. Beating him on clay, and more specifically in Monte Carlo, is like doing it with your eyes closed and your racket turned the wrong way round. Yet, for Andy Murray at the Monte Carlo Masters today, it will be a task he believes he can achieve, thanks in no small part to the fact that he has already done it this week.
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