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Fernando Verdasco upset second seed Rafael Nadal 6-4, 2-6, 6-3 Sunday in a third-round matchup of Spaniards to advance at the ATP and WTA Miami Open.Nadal, a four-time Miami runner-up, leaves the Masters Series hard court event without a title again this year after his 11th appearance.Verdasco, ranked 34th, defeated Nadal for the second time in a row after losing their first 13 meetings, although that most recent prior meeting came three years ago in Madrid.Advancing with victories Sunday were world No. 1 Serena Williams and Britain's Andy Murray.Nadal saved a match point in the eighth game of the second set trailing 5-2, but Verdasco closed out the shocker a game later with a return winner. Verdasco said he tried to remember how he played in the first set as he fought back after losing the second.Aiming for a third consecutive Miami title, Williams stretched her win streak to 14 matches at Crandon Park.
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