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Nadal feeling positive after Madrid loss

Nadal feeling positive after Madrid loss

Rafael Nadal refused to be downcast after going down to Andy Murray in the final of the Madrid Open, reiterating positive energy as he looked ahead to the Rome Masters.

World number four Nadal was no match for Murray, who claimed his first win over the Spaniard on clay with a 6-3 6-2 victory in the Spanish capital on Sunday.

Nadal - a four-time champion in Madrid - has struggled to generate rhythm and consistency since enduring an injury-ravaged 2014 campaign.

However, the 14-time grand slam winner has already set his sights on the upcoming Internazionali d'Italia, which gets underway on Monday.

"The most important thing is the feelings I have and this week I had much better positive feelings than a few weeks ago so that's very important for me," Nadal told reporters.

"There is a chance for me now to have another good week in Rome like I had here.

"Even playing very badly today my feelings on court were not that bad.

"I just have to accept that it was not my day and forget it because it's not time to think about negative things as I have another match in two days.

"One week ago the feeling was much worse. It's the time to be positive and fight for what's going on and what's going on is Rome next week."

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