Rafael Nadal on 17 February 2013 won the finals of Brazil Open 2013 by defeating Argentinean David Nalbandian in straight sets by 6-2, 6-3 in Sao Paolo. He won the tournament for the second time; he won it for the first time in 2005.
This was the second tournament for the former world number 1 Spanish tennis star after returning back from to the game after seven months. He was absent from the game due to the knee injury that he suffered from.
His next event is Mexican Open that is scheduled to start on 25 February in Acapulco.
The tournament is a part of ATP World Tour 250 Series and is held annually in Sao Paulo, Brazil. This is a one of the important tournaments held in Brazil and is played on the South American Clay Court circuit since 2004.
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