Great updates on Rafael Nadal’s last part of 2022

The plans linked to the programming of Rafael Nadal in this final year seem to be taking shape: according to the latest strong rumors, the Spaniard will be at the starting line of the Master 1000 in Paris-Bercy and also of the Nitto ATP Finals in Turin, in which he has already torn the qualification for several weeks.

A great news for the fans of the Iberian, who will in all probability be able to see him again on the pitch before the break of a few months. The 36-year-old native of Manacor had an Australian tour in January, managing to triumph for the second time in his career at the Australian Open.

The Majorcan then repeated himself in his second home, th Roland Garros, and obtained the 22nd Grand Slam title. Rafa’s performances have risen to a level especially in prestigious events, such as at Wimbledon: on that occasion, however, the Spaniard stopped before facing the semi-final against Nick Kyrgios due to a physical problem.

At the US Open, however, Nadal surrendered in the fourth round in the match with the American Frances Tiafoe and decided to take a little break from tennis, also becoming a father.

Great updates on Rafael Nadal last part of 2022
The next steps in the programming of the number 2 in the world have been revealed by IB3N: the Spaniard continues to train at his academy to be physically and mentally ready for the new tournaments that await him as a protagonist.

At the Paris-Bercy, on indoor hard-courts, there will be one more rival for everyone to watch out for: while several tennis players will play for the last places to access the Finals, Nadal will try to make the shot again in France and prepare for the competition of November reserved for the best eight tennis players of the Tour, so far never won by the Iberian in all the previous editions in which he participated. The countdown has therefore begun to see Rafael Nadal on the court in the ATP Tour.

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