Something unthinkable happened over the weekend at Roland Garros as http://rafaelnadal.com/nadal/en/home” target=”_blank”>Rafael Nadal made an early exit from the http://rolandgarros.com” target=”_blank”>French Open. The #1 rank tennis player was defeated by Robin Soderling of Sweden during the fourth round of the http://atpworldtour.com” target=”_blank”>Grand Slam tournament. Despite this set back , Nadal will still retain his number 1 world ranking thus far.
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