With 20 grand slam victories, Rafael Nadal is one of the best tennis players of all time. Rafa Nadal Academy, a documentary on the Spaniard, was just released by Movistar. Documentary series and podcast sessions are featured on the show.
After the show premiered, an old clip from Laver Cup 2018 went viral. Team Europe members Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer were seen having a good time.
Fans short of words
Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal were key members of Team Europe at the 2018 Laver Cup. Nadal invited all of Team Europe’s members to autograph a t-shirt. The Rafa Nadal Museum received a special t-shirt.
Alexander Zverev, Stefanos Tsitsipas, Fabio Fognini, Roger Federer, and Rafael Nadal were among the best tennis players that signed the special t-shirt.
Fans’ reactions to the precious footage, on the other hand, are hilarious. One tweet said, “Biggest scam in history that Nadal is actually born right-handed but plays tennis left-handed” (as he signed with his right hand).
There were a lot of tweets about it because this is something that just a few people are aware of. Furthermore, someone commented, “Another tee shirt idea! COME ON, Museum!”
Biggest scam in history that Nadal is actually born right handed but plays tennis left handed. https://t.co/fPSKXNtoVH— Caz (@MrCamkicks) September 24, 2021
“Time to re-watch this video thirty more times, bye,” a devoted tennis fan tweeted. Aside from that, there were some positive remarks. People have been missing Federer and Nadal, who hasn’t played in a long time. Many tweets expressed how much their fans miss them and how eager they are to see them in action once more.
Rafael Nadal appeared to be ecstatic and pumped in the footage. Nadal was always clapping for the player signing the t-shirt. Fans were ecstatic to see all of the world’s best tennis players in one place.
Since the French Open in 2021, the 20-time grand slam winner has been dealing with a foot injury. For the remainder of the season, including Wimbledon and the US Open, the former world number one has opted to withdraw his name.
Toni Nadal, on the other hand, recently stated that the Spaniard is on the mend and will compete in the Australian Open in 2022.