the season Rafael Nadal So far so good. The former world No. 1 won the Australian Open and Roland Garros to silence everyone after last year’s struggles.
Suffice it to say that the Spanish phenom played seven official matches in 2021 before raising the white flag due to pain in his leg. After winning the first two majors of 2022, the 36-year-old from Managore is on the hunt for the big target at Wimbledon.
Shaking off the early rust, Rafa beat Taylor Fritz to reach the semi-finals. The Iberian did his best to hold on against Nick Kyrgios, but in the end he preferred to lose so as not to make matters worse.
Majorcan will return to training these days and plans to return to Canada next month. During the Masters 1000 event in Montreal from August 7 to 14, the director Eugene Lapierre The presence of the 22-time Grand Slam champion was significantly confirmed.
Rafa Nadal will return to Canada
“Rafael Nadal is looking forward to coming to Montreal, so his hotel rooms are already fully booked” – Lapierre revealed.
“He has been sent some tubes of balls that he can use for the tournament. He should go back to training this week” – he added. A few days ago, professional padel player Paquito Navarro had beautiful words for Rafa: “I still can’t believe what Nadal has done this year.
I don’t think anyone can replicate his 14 wins at Roland Garros, which is an unreal feat. Each time it seemed like it might be the last, but it wasn’t.
Rafa deserves all the praise in the world. I always consider him as an idol and a reference point. Mutua Madrid Open director Feliciano Lopez echoed him: “When Nadal is healthy, there are very few players who can beat him. He won two Grand Slams at the age of 36 and in critical physical condition, nothing else to add”.
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