BARCELONA World number one Rafael Nadal eased into the Barcelona Open quarter-finals after dispatching compatriot Guillermo Garcia-Lopez 6-1 6-3 and winning a record-extending 40th consecutive set on clay.
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Anthony Joshua is unconvinced American Deontay Wilder's team have the $50 million that they are offering for a title unification bout, the British boxer's promoter Eddie Hearn has said.
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