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64th Barcelona Open Banc Sabadell Trofeu Conde Godó

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Time Out says

The Trofeu Conde de Godó is the longest-running tennis tournament in Spain and one of the most prestigious clay court contests on the ATP world tour 500. Held at Spain's oldest tennis club – the Reial Club de Tenis Barcelona 1899 – since 1953, it combines world-class competition with a friendly club atmosphere, at a tournament that is as much a social event as a sporting one. In recent years the Godó tournament seemed to be Spanish champion Rafa Nadal's private stamping ground, as he clocked up a record-breaking eight titles between 2005 and 2013. However, in 2014 he was unseated by world No 6 Kei Nishikori, who went on to take the title again in 2015.


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