World Number 1, Rafael Nadal will attempt to win his 16th ATP World Tour Masters 1000 title at the Mutua Madrilena Madrid Open, to be contested on outdoor clay for the first time.
Should he accomplish the feat, he would move within one title of Andre Agassi's record mark and become the first player (since 1990) to win all three of the clay-court ATP World Tour Masters 1000 titles in the same season.
Nadal has won his past 30 clay matches.
Andy Murray, who won the Madrid title last October on indoor hard courts, plays in his first tournament as the World No. 3. Meanwhile, No. 4 Djokovic looks to reach his fourth straight ATP World Tour Masters 1000 final.
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