“I Have Also Taken A Positive Side Out Of It”– Rafael Nadal On His Home Confinement Experiences

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The ongoing Coronavirus home confinement is like a two-sided coin. It has taken something from everyone at the same time it has allowed you to do your lovable things. However, the Spanish tennis ace Rafael Nadal says here his home confinement days experiences. 

While Spaniard did not take any long breaks in the almost two decades of his professional tennis career despite injuries rest days, Besides, the confinement might be a warm season for King of Clay. 

Moreover, In the middle of the self-isolation days, Rafa played tennis with his sister Maribel Nadal in their home court. Also, He exhibited his cooking skills through pancake baking. Meanwhile, Nadal has spent somedays on his new yacht and playing Golf at the Capdepera course.

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“Confinement Has Taken Its Toll”- Rafael Nadal  

Additionally, Nadal told ABC(people and Style), “Like everyone, confinement has taken its toll, but I have also taken a positive side out of it. The time I have had to think about how things can be done better and how we can build the world we want.” 

Rafael also said about his tennis academy’s foreign students who could not return to their home country during the pandemic.“I have been young and I know how difficult it was for my parents to help me try to fulfill my dream.” he added.

Furthermore, Rafael Nadal also believes his academy solves the problem of students, which they face between education and training.  

Rafael Nadal

A few days ago, Defending champion Nadal announces he will not play at this year’s US Open due to travel and health concerns. On the other hand, he starts preparation for the French Open 2020 to defend his title in Paris.

Notably, Roland Garros is scheduled to take place from 27th September. Nadal has been practicing on the clay courts in his tennis academy in his hometown Manacor, Mallorca.

Read More: “Rafael Nadal Is In A Good Shape”- Uncle Toni Nadal On Spaniard’s Preparation For French Open 2020

In conclusion, the world No.02  has a bright chance to win his 20th Grand Slam title and to level the Grand Slam record(20) of rival Roger Federer in Roland Garros.


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