Madrid Masters 2014 Live Streaming Information: Watch Rafael Nadal and Andy Murray Live in Action

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By Shruthi SU | May 8, 2014 8:23 PM EST

Nadal of Spain returns the ball to Monaco of Argentina during their match at the Madrid Open tennis tournament
Nadal of Spain returns the ball to Monaco of Argentina during their match at the Madrid Open tennis tournament

World no. 1 Rafael Nadal had no trouble defeating Juan Monaco with a convincing 6-1, 6-0 in round two on Wednesday.

The Argentinean couldn't manage to win a single game on serve as Nadal breezed through with 10 straight games.

Where to Watch Live

Rafael Nadal vs Jarkko Nieminen starts at 6.45 pm IST, 2.15 pm GMT, 3.15 pm local time.

Andy Murray vs Santiago Giraldo starts at 8.45 pm IST, 4.15 pm GMT, 5.15 pm local time.

The Live Coverage will be on Ten Sports HD in India, and for online viewers, the day's play will be live streamed in India and UK HERE and HERE. ESPN will have live coverage for US and Australia, but to watch the action live online, click HERE or HERE.

"I think I moved better and played well, better than I normally play on clay," Nadal said. "I was dominating over the points and playing very well. I think I've done positive things."

With that win and a career 684-134, the Spaniard has surpassed Arthur Ashe's 683-225 to be on 11th place on the all-time wins list. "No matter how many victories I've had, I'm very happy that I can be compared to Ashe," Nadal added. "To be on the same level with [a person] like him, it's always a great satisfaction for me."

The 27-year-old's next opponent is the 32-year-old Jarkko Nieminen.

"It's obviously the biggest challenge you can get - playing the World No. 1 and best player ever on clay," Nieminen said. "I've played Nadal many times. It's nothing new. It's another new great challenge and I'm looking forward to it."

Meanwhile, Nicolas Almagro - who beat Nadal in Barcelona quarterfinals two weeks ago - looked determined to hinder Andy Murray's progress. But, the Brit hung on and got the job done.

"I hung in and got the job done," Murray said after winning 6-1, 1-6, 6-4. "It's what I needed to do. He's a very tough guy to beat on this surface -- certainly moving a lot better at the end of the match and hitting the ball a lot bigger than he was at the beginning. So that was a good one for me to come through."

Next up for Murray is Colombian Santiago Giraldo who caused an upset to No. 11 seed Jo-Wilfried Tsonga, beating the Frenchman 6-3, 6-4.

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Nadal of Spain returns the ball to Monaco of Argentina during their match at the Madrid Open tennis tournament
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