7-6 (4). 2005 - Rafael Nadal def. Mariano Puerta, 6-7 (6), 6-3, 6-1, 7-5. 2004 - Gaston Gaudio def. Guillermo Coria , 0-6, 3-6, 6-4, 6-1, 8-6. 2003 - Juan Carlos Ferrero def. Martin Verkerk, 6-1, 6-3, 6-2. 2002
specialists and surprise champions. Scan the list of past winners and runners-up. There's Gaston Gaudio and Albert Costa, Guillermo Coria and Martin Verkerk, Andres Gomez and Mariano Puerta. Not so much a ''Who's Who.'' More like a ''Who's He
46 previous matches at Monte Carlo -- beating Djokovic in last year's final -- and his last defeat here was against Guillermo Coria 10 years ago. Nadal missed the 2004 tournament through injury before winning his first Monte Carlo title the following
Nadal into a third set, like Grigor Dimitrov had done in Friday's quarterfinals. Nadal has not lost at Monte Carlo since losing to former French Open champion Guillermo Coria in 2003. Nadal missed the following year due to an injury.
me confidence." Confidence is a commodity that Nadal should not be short of -- he hasn't lost here since 2003 when Guillermo Coria beat him in the third round. Nadal couldn't play in 2004 because of injury, but he's won every year since. "This
has a 44-1 record at Monte Carlo, winning 42 consecutive matches and has not lost here since a third-round defeat to Guillermo Coria in 2003. He missed the 2004 tournament through injury. He could possibly face second-ranked Andy Murray in the semifinals
Garros, three of the four combatants will hail from the clay-court mecca of Argentina, spearheaded by the wizard that is Guillermo Coria . The first match on Court Chatrier will pit eighth-seeded Argentine David Nalbandian against unseeded compatriot Gaston
Mason, OH (Sports Network) - Big Belarusian Max Mirnyi upset sixth-seeded Argentine Guillermo Coria on Friday to reach the semifinals at the Western & Southern Financial Group Masters -- the seventh of nine Masters Series events this year.
Basel, Switzerland (Sports Network) - Third-seeded Argentine Guillermo Coria was awarded the championship at the Swiss Indoors tennis event Sunday when No. 4 David Nalbandian was unable to participate in the championship match because of a left wrist injury.
Hamburg, Germany (Sports Network) - World No. 1 Roger Federer beat Guillermo Coria Sunday to win the $2.877 million Masters Series Hamburg -- a clay-court Roland Garros tune-up.