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French Open 2011, Men's Final: Watch Federer/Nadal On TV Or Online

The 2011 French Open will come to a conclusion on Sunday, and it looks like it'll be a dandy. Rafael Nadal will be taking on his nemesis Roger Federer on the clay court at Roland-Garros, as Nadal looks for yet another French Open victory.

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While most tennis fans were looking forward to a Djokovic/Nadal final, few will argue with a Federer/Nadal final. 

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Televised coverage of the men's French Open final can be found on NBC. If you aren't going to be by a television on Sunday morning, that's alright too as there are live online streams that can be found. The Tennis Channel offers an online stream here, so you don't really have much of an excuse to miss this potentially epic showdown between Federer and Nadal.

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If Nadal wins, it will be his sixth French Open title. It would also mark Nadal's second consecutive French Open title, as he defeated Robin Soderling in straight sets last year to win his fifth French Open title.

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For Federer, it would be just his second, with his only French Open championship thus far having come in 2009. 

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Photographs by jamesbrandon, jdtornow, phlezk, flygraphix, mcdlttx, tomasland, and literalbarrage used in background montage under Creative Commons. Thank you.