Friday December 2nd, 2011

Rafael Nadal was merciless in his 6-1, 6-1, 6-2 drubbing of his good buddy Juan Monaco in the opening Davis Cup rubber between Spain and Argentina on Friday. Before walking off the court, Nadal showed everyone why he is so tough to beat on his favorite surface. They don't call him the King of Clay just because it sounds cool.

Check out what Monaco has to do to even stay in this point, which he ultimately loses.

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