Rafael Nadal delivered advise to the younger players during a promotional event hosted by the Spanish airline Iberia. The Spanish person said: “I don’t often give advise, but I keep saying that if you want to pursue a career or devote your life to anything, you must put everything else on hold.
My profession has always come first, but that hasn’t stopped me from occasionally getting out with my pals and having a good time. I act similarly to my peers, albeit less regularly. I would advise young people to enjoy themselves, fight for their goals, and surround themselves with positive influences.”
Jack Draper recently lauded the Spanish legend: “Anyone who enjoys tennis should take a lot of inspiration from the way Rafa conducts himself on the court. Even the greatest athletes from other sports have been surprised by the persistence and attitude of this man.
Nadal battles to win every point while maintaining his modesty. Such an athlete teaches you many valuable lessons.”
Rafa is prepared for the US swing in 2022.
Rafael Nadal not projected to win the first two majors in 2022.
The Spanish sensation, who had only participated in seven professional tournaments the previous year, stunned everyone by winning the Australian Open and the Roland Garros. The 36-year-old Majorcan reaffirmed his status as a living sports great, having lifted himself at 22 Grand Slams.
Roger Federer is still in the mud after undergoing yet another knee surgery, while Novak Djokovic closed the gap by winning his eighth Wimbledon championship. Given that Nole will hardly be able to travel to the United States next month, Rafa will have a fantastic opportunity to spread out even farther in the US Open (not being vaccinated against Coronavirus).
The Iberian needed a few weeks to recover from his stomach injury, but he is now back at work. The former world number one will compete again in Montreal with the goal of honing his US Open preparation.