‘We lose Roger Federer but…’, says former ATP ace

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Rafael Nadal’s 2022 has been nothing short of extraordinary. The Spanish champion made headlines for coming back from injury and winning immediately in Australia, with one of the biggest comebacks of his career. In 2022 Nadal won the Australian Open and Roland Garros and in Paris, he took great revenge against his long-time rival, Novak Djokovic, whom he defeated first in the final and passed in the Grand Slam race.

Rafa took advantage of the Balkan tennis player’s problems due to his choice not to carry out the Covid 19 vaccine and surpassed him in the Grand Slam race (and also in the GOAT race). Currently, Nadal is the tennis player with the most Grand Slam titles in history, that is, 22, ahead of Novak Djokovic’s 21 and Roger Federer’s 20.

These three players have made history in this sport and, year after year, have achieved several incredible records. Not only tennis for Rafael Nadal, who, in 2022, a few weeks ago, has finally been a father. A few days ago, the Majorcan tennis player greeted his followers with the first message after fatherhood: “Hello everyone.


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