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Rafael Nadal produced a devastating display to beat fellow Spaniard Fernando Verdasco and secure a sixth consecutive Monte Carlo Masters title.
Nadal won 6-0 6-1 in just one hour and 26 minutes- his 32nd straight victory at the Monte Carlo Country Club.
It is his first tournament win since Rome last May and he has struggled with knee injuries in the meantime.
But the former worldnumber one showed he is back to his best as he dropped 14 games in five matches in Monte Carlo.
The victory also served notice of Nadal's intent to regain the French Open crown he surrendered to RogerFederer last year after four straight titles.
"Last year I did not play well [here] but I won. This year my level is completely different," he said.
"This year is really special for me because I hada little bit of a hard time for the last year.
"I was back to my best level on 1 January. I was ready to win before this tournament."
The 23-year-old becomes the first player to win sixconsecutive titles at the same tournament since tennis turned professional in 1968, and moves level with Federer on 16 Masters titles - one behind Andre Agassi's record of 17.
"If he plays like this, no onecan beat him," said Verdasco. "He beat everyone in six years here and I'm just one of them."
Nadal began in blistering fashion, reeling off the first seven points on the Verdasco serve on his way...