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red clay

[′red ′klā]
(geology)
A fine-grained, reddish-brown pelagic deposit consisting of relatively large proportions of windblown particles, meteoric and volcanic dust, pumice, shark teeth, manganese nodules, and debris transported by ice. Also known as brown clay.
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An out-of-sorts Murray had only won one match in his previous three tournaments in Miami, Monte Carlo and Rome, but he doubled that tally with a convincing 6-3 6-3 win on the red clay of La Caja Magica.
Top-seeded Rafael Nadal looked his usual dominant self in the first round, beating Marcos Daniel of Brazil 7-5, 6-4, 6-3 for his 29th straight win on the red clay at Roland Garros.
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