‘Nadal? Impossible that….’, says ace

Rafael Nadal has surprised everyone thus far this year. It was a difficult year for the Spaniard, who had only competed in seven recognized events in 2021. The former ATP No. 1 arrived in Melbourne without much anticipation and completed an achievement that will be remembered for a long time.

Before the clay court season began, he was sidelined by a rib fracture and foot problems, which hampered his preparation for Roland Garros. As of this year, the Majorcan has not won a clay-court tournament since 2004.

It was not easy, but the 36-year-old from Manacor persevered and, with the support of Dr. Cotorro, was able to collect his 14th prize in Paris. Although he competed in Wimbledon, the 22-time Grand Slam winner withdrew with an abdominal strain only hours before his semifinal match against Kyrgios.

Padel player Paquito Navarro offered kind words for Rafael Nadal during a recent news conference.

According to Navarro, Nadal was quoted as saying this.
“It is inconceivable, in my opinion, what Rafael Nadal performed. To this day, the fact that someone has won 14 times and still holds the Roland Garros championship escapes my notice since it seems like every time is the last and yet it isn’t!

The world’s admiration. This circuit, the one that dictates play and makes you nervous to play in front of all the Paris spectators, earns Rafa even more credit. That was an unachievable aim for him to attain “Navarro made the comment.

Nadal was forced to withdraw from the 2022 Wimbledon Championships owing to injury, to to the dismay of tennis fans everywhere. Naturalness did not fade after Nadal’s forced withdrawal from the event.

Following the routines he is developed over the years, he exited the tournament. According to Arthur Delaye, a member of the Roland Garros crew. “As a Roland Garros employee since 2018, I can attest to Rafa’s consistently kind demeanor toward his coworkers. And at the end of the competition, he takes the time to meet and congratulate everyone.”

Delaye penned a piece of writing. “I love Rafa Nadal because he is a great fighter on the court and the definition of humility off the court.” said Federer. He went on to say. During a match against Taylor Fritz, the defending Indian Wells winner, the two-time Wimbledon champion was tragically injured in the stomach area.