Rafael Nadal too good in 'fearful forehand' battle vs. Jack Sock

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Two years ago, Hawkeye technology determined that, on average, Rafael Nadal's forehand produced 3,391 revolutions per minute.

Rafa, who turns 31 during the upcoming French Open, fell to the resurgent Federer in the fourth round at Indian Wells, while Sock was his victim in the semifinals -- his first career ATP Masters 1000 appearance in the final four.

This was Sock's fourth straight quarterfinal appearance in an ATP Masters 1000 tournament going back to Shanghai and Paris last season -- the first American to do so since Andre Agassi in 1999.

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