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Nadal admits winning streak will one day end

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Rafael Nadal admitted Monday that his incredible 42-match, 10-year unbeaten run at Monte Carlo will end, but he is in no hurry to see that day. 

Spanish tennis player Rafael Nadal poses in front of a picture of the 2012 final of the Monte-Carlo tournament, on April 13, 2013 in Monaco. Nadal admitted Monday that his incredible 42-match, 10-year unbeaten run at Monte Carlo will end, but he is in no hurry to see that day.

The 26-year-old Spaniard, who last lost on the clay of Monte Carlo as a fresh-faced 16-year-old when then-clay court king Guillermo Coria defeated him in straight sets in the third round, also claimed he is not the clear favourite he has been in the past.

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