Rafael Nadal says he battles valiantly for

Numerous young athletes all across the world have been motivated by Rafael Nadal‘s perseverance. The Spanish phenomenon, which participated in just seven recognized events the previous year, rendered everyone stunned in the first half of 2022.

The former world number one won the Australian Open and Roland Garros, confirming his status as a true sports great for the umpteenth time. By winning 22 Slams, the 36-year-old Manacor native has surpassed Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic in the all-time rankings.

By winning Wimbledon for the seventh time in his career, the Serbian has closed the deficit but is unlikely to be able to travel to the United States to compete in the season’s last major. Rafa’s abdominal strain forced him to withdraw from the Wimbledon semifinal match against Nick Kyrgios, but it won’t keep him from playing in the away match in the United States.

The Iberian has already started training again, and he will take part in the Montreal Masters 1000. British player Jack Draper confessed that he had always been a fan of Nadal in a lengthy interview with “GQ.”

Rafa Nadal is lauded by Draper.

“Just like Rafael Nadal conducts himself both on and off the tennis court.

Everyone can, in my opinion, perceive his approach in any sport. He puts up a strong battle for every point. He is a very modest man. I believe there are numerous things to be learned from such a talented athlete “the 20-year-old added.

The Spaniard had a fantastic run in the Wimbledon Championships earlier this month. But his season was over in the quarterfinals. Due to an abdominal injury, Nadal was forced to leave the competition before his match against Nick Kyrgios in the semifinals.

Alejandro Tabilo, whose idol is Rafael Nadal, talked about the opportunity and how much it meant to him in an interview with Latercera. The pair will compete in an exhibition match in Tabilo’s native Chile.

“It is incredible to me. I have always aspired to be just like [Rafael] Nadal; he is my idol, and playing with him in Chile is a dream; it will be an experience I will never forget. I’m therefore thrilled to have the chance to exhibit here with him “said Tabilo.

The Spaniard discussed how he, Federer, and Djokovic transformed the dynamics of tennis during a recent interview. He stated, “There has always been a generational shift in tennis, as there has been in all sports.”