Rafael Nadal to replace Novak Djokovic as world number one — Rafael Nadal Fans

Rafael Nadal will return to the world number one spot after Stefanos Tsitsipas recovered from a slow start to record the biggest match win of his career against Novak Djokovic 3-6, 7-5, 6-3 in Shanghai. With the loss, Djokovic trails Rafa (9,225) by 1,280 points in the 2019 ATP Race To London and the battle […]

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Rafael Nadal Is Engaged And Getting Married This Autumn? — Rafael Nadal Fans

Rafael Nadal is reportedly getting ready to tie the knot to Maria Francisca Perello after a 14-year-long relationship! Rafa is engaged to longtime girlfriend, Maria Francisca, reports Hola magazine. In fact, the wedding is only a few months away! The pair plan to get married during the autumn in Mallorca and it has emerged that Rafa […]

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Rafael Nadal Wins Sportsmanship Award — Rafael Nadal Fans

Rafael Nadal has won the ATP tour’s Stefan Edberg Sportsmanship Award for the second time, ending Roger Federer’s streak of seven in a row. The ATP announced earlier today: Fellow players voted Nadal as the winner of the Stefan Edberg Sportsmanship Award for a second time, recognising the Spaniard for his fair play, professionalism and […]

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Laver Cup

Rafael Nadal is in Prague, with the days counting down ahead of the first-ever Laver Cup. The three-day competition kicks off Friday, pitting a team of the best six European players against the top six from the rest of the world, captained by tennis legends Bjorn Borg and John McEnroe. The tournament is to honor Rod […]

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Q&A: Roger Federer Talks to TIME About Nadal, That Win in Melbourne, and Partying Till Dawn — TIME

This week’s issue of TIME features a story on Roger Federer, who on Jan. 29 became the oldest man in 45 years to win a Grand Slam singles final when he beat his arch-rival and nemesis, Rafael Nadal, in a five-set classic. Federer, 35, won his 18th slam — adding to his all-time men’s record…

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