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(From Guardian Unlimited)
In the greatest tennis upset in the modern era Spain's Rafael Nadal, unbeaten at Roland Garros in 31 matches and attempting to beat Bjorn Borg's record of four consecutive French Open titles, was beaten 6--2, 6--7 (2), 6--4, 7--6 (2) by the unheralded Robin Soderling of Sweden, the No23 seed, in the fourth roundtoday. "What happened? I lost. That's it," said the Spanish world No1.
Just before Nadal's loss, a defeat that was unthinkable as the tournament entered its second week, Britain's Andy Murray had beaten Marin Cilic of Croatia 7--5, 7--6 (4), 6--1 to reach his first French Open quarter-final. Murray will play Chile's Fernando …