Toni explained: “Rafael Nadal will try to go on normally. There are so many athletes who have continued their activity after becoming parents, he will follow their example.
When he has to go to Australia coming January, it’ll be delicate to get down from his son, but it’s the price that you have to pay.” Toni also spoke of Roger Federer’s withdrawal” His last performance at the Laver Cup was really emotional.
The news of his withdrawal burdened everyone, indeed though we knew that time was near due to age and injuries. to see Roger on the pitch in 2023, but he realized he could not go on. Federer was a point of reference for all the players in the world.”
Rafael Nadal’s 2022
Rafael Nadal has managed to win two Grand Slams this time, leaving everyone speechless for the umpteenth time. The Spanish miracle prevailed at the Australian Open and Roland Garros, reaching 22 Majors.
An abdominal gash averted him from playing the Wimbledon semifinal against Nick Kyrgios and conditioned him on his way to the US Open. The 36- time-old from Manacor showed up in New York far from top form and left the stage formerly in the alternate round at the hands of Frances Tiafoe.
The former world number 1 also flew to London for the last performance of his great rival Roger Federer, during which he was unfit to hold back his gashes. The image of him and Roger holding hands went around the world in just a many seconds.
On Saturday 8 October, Nadal and Xisca came as parents for the first time. The Majorcan is anticipated to play the Masters 1000 in Paris- Bercy and the ATP Tests in the ultimate part of the season, and also play a series of performances in South America. The 22- time Grand Slam champion will face Casper Ruud in Buenos Aires, Bogota, Quito, Belo Horizonte, and Mexico City.