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Paris - Carlos Moya has told Rafael Nadal to ignore all talk of a 10th French Open title, but admitted that the magical double-digit is causing pressure for his fellow Spaniard.

Moya, the 1998 Roland Garros champion and also a former world number one, is part of Nadal's coaching team in Paris and is keen to keep expectations in check.

"Clearly there is a bit of pressure. We don't pay much attention to making it number ten," 40-year-old Moya told AFP.

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