(AP Photo/Claude Paris)
Spanish world #2 Rafael Nadal showed that he is superior on clay by beating Swiss world #1 Roger Federer 6-4 6-4 at the Monte Carlo ATP Masters Series final on Sunday. Nadal improved to 7-3 (5-0 on clay) against Federer and his record winning streak on clay is now 67; he hasn't lost a clay court match since April 2005.
The final was relatively close but Nadal was never in danger of losing. Federer had 38 unforced errors, 19 on the forehand side.
The two may also meet at the Rome and Hamburg ATP Masters Series tournaments on clay in the next three weeks.