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Will probably be a star-studded week as the European clay-court docket season continues in Barcelona and Belgrade, with Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic leading the best way of their respective home nation. Djokovic highlights the field on the Serbia Open, which is back on the calendar for the primary time since 2012. The event is being held at the Novak Tennis Middle. 1) Rafa Going For No. 12: Nadal is an 11-time titlist in Barcelona, and he will attempt to lift his 12th trophy at the ATP 500 this week. The legendary lefty owns a staggering 61-four record at the tournament, where he first competed in 2003 as a 16-year-outdated. Nadal will start his run against Ilya Ilya Ivashka or Tallon Griekspoor and the first seeded opponent he might face is 13th seed Cristian Garin, who has gained all five of his ATP Tour titles on clay. Nadal is the top seed at the Barcelona Open Banc Sabadell, an ATP 500 tournament.