Top Czech tennis player Tomáš Berdych has crashed out of the Monte Carlo open. Berdych was beaten by Spaniard Fernando Verdasco for a place in the quarter finals of the ATP tournament. He won the first set 7:5 but lost the next two sets 3:6 and 2:6. He had won six out of the previous nine encounters with Verdasco. Berdych is currently ranked the top Czech men’s singles player with a 15th place on the ATP world rankings.
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