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Rafael Nadal was low on the first day of the ATP Cup for some back problems. The number 2 of the men’s circuit has spoken about it in #Let’s go. “It’s not that I’m bad, but I’m not good enough to play. I’ve improved a bit, but I’m not ready to take on what is a maximum intensity game.”
This Thursday there will be no tennis day in Melbourne. Between 500 and 600 people, including tennis players themselves, are in isolation waiting to undergo a PCR test after a positive from a worker of the Grand Hyatt hotel. The situation is delicate, since the next week is scheduled to be held Australian Open, over which the shadow of cancellation now appears.
Whatever happens, Nadal has indicated what his goals are for this new 2021: “The first big goal is the Australian Open and, if it didn’t go well, then the season goes on. I have never lived obsessed by the Grand Slams, this is reality”. In the spotlight, the manacorí has the power to tie the tie with Federer and become the tennis player with the most Grand slam conquered -they both have 20-.
Tennis is Rafa Nadal’s great passion, but the best Spanish athlete of all time is also a football lover. Follower of Real Madrid, the tennis player has also referred to the channel Movistar + to the situation the Argentine is going through Leo messi at Barcelona.
Nadal and football
Nadal has made it clear that he does not understand “the Messi debate.” It does not refer here to whether or not he renews with Barça, but to the leak of his contract and what he charges. “I don’t understand Messi’s debate. He is one of the best in history. He charges what the club has been willing to pay him. The club is the one that will have to deal with its finances and with its future vision, whether with Leo or not. “, has assured the Mallorcan.
Since Australia, the tennis player has also spoken about Real Madrid, which is in a difficult moment: “These are situations that fall within a logic after such difficult times. It is much more difficult to plan anything, both sporting and club “.
[Más información: Rafa Nadal decide no jugar su primer partido en la ATP Cup por una lesión en la espalda]