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It’s time to ponder whether the great Spanish tennis player Rafael Nadal is approaching the final stretch of his remarkable career. His recent forced withdrawal from the prestigious Indian Wells Masters tournament due to insufficient recovery after another injury has sparked new reflections on the potential imminent departure of the 37-year-old athlete from the world […] Continue to read full article...

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Nadal Training, Arrives In Paris Wednesday

13-time Roland Garros champion Rafael Nadal has recovered from his injuries in Madrid and is training at his academy in Majorca. Nadal said on social media he is scheduled to arrive in Paris on Wednesday to compete in the 2022 Roland Garros. Nadal will turn 36 on June 3. As a result of his incomparable […] Continue to read full article...

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Final jockeying for positioning and mental strengthening and peaking is happening this week in Rome as the world’s best players get ready to show their best tennis at Roland Garros. Rafa Nadal needs a strong showing to regain some lost aura in Monte Carlo and Madrid, as does Novak Djokovic who scored a fiery win […] Continue to read full article...




First Time I Saw Nadal

The first time I saw Rafael Nadal play live was at US Open in 2003. By then he was already ranked 45 in the world at the age of seventeen. The muscular Spanish boy had already made waves in pro tennis, having defeated Carlos Moya, Gilles Muller, Magnus Norman, Younes El Aynouai, Mario Ancic, Albert […] Continue to read full article...

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Rafael Nadal beat Novak Djokovic 61 62 75 today in the final of the French Open, it was quite possibly the finest performance on a red clay court by a human being. The historical triumph by the Spanish champion is his 13th overall French Open win and his 20th Grand Slam singles titles, which has […] Continue to read full article...

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Nadal on path to surpass Federer

NadalFrenchOpengood We all know Roger Federer has won 20 majors and Rafa Nadal is at 16 and apparently on the verge of 17, if he can sustain his prolific red clay form which seems to be getting better each year. But in the shadows of the obvious are some intriguing truths. Federer has played 21 more majors than Rafa and won only four more (72-51; 20-16). Continue to read full article...

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