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Rafael Nadal: 'The one who wins is the one with...'

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Lleyton Hewitt was inducted into the Tennis Hall of Fame on Saturday. Coach Darren Cahill worked with Hewitt from 1998 to 2001. Cahill believes Hewitt would have won more Grand Slams were it not for injuries. Rafael Nadal believes that the definition of talent has been complicated for a long time.
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Rafael Nadal: 'The one who wins is the one with...'

Coach Darren Cahill said it was clear to him from day one that Lleyton Hewitt was a special player and would go on to achieve great things. On Saturday, Hewitt was inducted into the Tennis Hall of Fame in Newport, Rhode Island, United States. In 2001, a 20-year-old Hewitt lifted his first Grand Slam title after beating Pete Sampras in the US Open final. That same year, Hewitt became the youngest male player in history to reach the top spot. Hewi…

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