Rafael Nadal beat Pablo Carreno Busta to reach his 12th Barcelona Open final  

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Nadal’s Victory sets up a re-match with Greece's world number five Stefanos Tsitsipas. Stefanos defeated Italian Jannik Sinner to reach the final

Nadal’s Victory sets up a re-match with Greece's world number five Stefanos Tsitsipas. World number three Nadal, 34, has won all 11 previous finals. Tsitsipas, 22, won his first Masters 1,000 event in Monte Carlo last week. Stefanos defeated Italian Jannik Sinner, 19, to reach the final. Nadal beats Tsitsipas in the 2018 final, and the Greek beats him on clay in the semi-finals in Madrid in 2019. Nadal said: "Tomorrow will be a very tough one. Stefanos is playing probably better than ever. Not one set lost in Monte Carlo and here, so it will be the toughest opponent possible." On the other side Novak Djokovic was defeated by Russia's Aslan Karatsev in Serbia Open in semi-finals. Last week, British number one Dan Evans knocked Djokovic, 33, out of the Monte Carlo Masters. The 27-year-old Karatsev will meet either Matteo Berrettini if he beat Japan's Daniel Taro. Djokovic said :"Hats off to Karatsev, he was bold and deserved to win. I am not happy with my performance, I put up a fight but he delivered great shots every time he needed to."

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