picked up where he left off this time last year in Europe - winning on the red clay and owning Roger Federer
on the Spaniard's fave surface.
The 21-year old steamrolled the competition
last week at the Monte Carlo Masters
, displaying his trademark tenacity in the final by coming back from a break down in the first set and 0-4 in the second against Fed
. He now owns a ridiculous 98-1 record on clay since April 2005 and becomes the first baller to win in Monte Carlo
four consecutive times (plus winning the last two years without dropping a set.)
Oh yeah - he also won the doubles title with compatriot Tommy Robredo
Pretty good week, eh?
(image via AP)