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"Nadal and Ferrer were very even with forehand errors (Nadal 22/Ferrer 20) and backhand errors (Nadal 23/Ferrer 22) and dead even with backhand winners with seven each. What separated the two Spaniards from the back of the court was that Nadal was able to manufacture almost double the amount of forehand winners with 19 to Ferrer’s 10. This was the difference maker in Paris in 2013."


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