We knew for a while that Rafael Nadal was not in peak form MUT 18 Coins heading into the 2015 French Open. The greatest clay-courter of all time was mortal during all of clay season. He lost to Fabio Fognini in both Rio and Barcelona, and against Novak Djokovic (Monte Carlo), Andy Murray (Madrid), and Stan Wawrinka (Rome) in spring tune-ups, he lost by a combined

 

Berdych, and John Isner, all in straight sets, in recent weeks, and with the right draw, it was still conceivable that he could make a run at his 10th French Open title.Nadal's form was fine through the first week at Roland Garros, but he didn't get the right draw. Stuck with a No. 6 seed, he drew the top-ranked Djokovic in the quarterfinals, and No. 1 player in the world disposed of him in less-than-sentimental manner.After a nip-and-tuck first set that saw an aggressive

 

Djokovic jump out to a 4-0 lead before Nadal stormed back, the match quickly grew lopsided. Djokovic broke Nadal at 5-5 in the first set and proceeded to win 14 of the final 18 games of the match. He took the second set, 6-3, and any hopes of a last-ditch Nadal comeback were spoiled when Djokovic broke to start the third set. The final: 7-5, 6-3, 6-1. Djokovic will play No. 3 seed Andy Murray in the semifinals while No. 8 Stan Wawrinka and No. 14 Jo-Wilfried Tsonga battle on the opposite side.

 

Here are three things we learned on Wednesday in Paris.1. Novak Djokovic is a killing machineOn March 1, Djokovic lost to Roger Federer, 6-3, 7-5, in the finals in Dubai. Since then, he has Cheap Madden NFL 18 Coins not lost. He dropped a total of eight sets in winning Indian Wells (beating Federer in the final), Miami (Murray), Monte Carlo (Berdych), and Rome (Federer again). Before facing Nadal, he massacred No. 20 Richard Gasquet, 6-1, 6-2, 6-3, in the MMOgo fourth round.