Rafael Nadal expecting lengthy delay of tennis return

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Rafael Nadal is at home in the coronavirus pandemic. Still, he anticipates the delay of the tennis return. It will take a few months when all the tennis tournaments will start.

The world number two player is at home playing tennis. Nadal won the French Grand Slam tennis tournament 12 times and set records. 

However, the French Open canceled until September 2020. US Open and the Wimbledon withdrew earlier this month. It happened for the first time after World War II.

However, all the sports tournament canceled in the coronavirus outbreak in the world. Spain is among the countries worst hit by the deadly virus.

Around 1 lakh people infected with COVID19, and a few of them died. Rafael talked in the radio show of the Onda Cero. He called tennis as a global sport.

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Furthermore, the players have to travel to different countries in the world for tournaments. It is challenging to organize the match for a short or medium term.

On the other hand, the major football leagues arranged behind the doors with no audience. Rafael revealed that it is impossible to have tennis matches without the viewers.

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The organizers earn money from the tournaments and grand slam tickets sold. All the major tennis matches postponed further announcements.

Meanwhile, Rafael Nadal is giving his time to his family members. He is conscious of his fitness and performs exercises daily.

The Spanish player awarded Laureus World Sportsman of the Year in 2011. He has known for his achievements include 12 French Open, 1 Australian Open, 4 US Open, and 2 Wimbledon Open tournament.

In his overall career achievements, he won 85 titles. He involved in the 5 Davis Cup tournament with the Spain team. In the lockdown condition, he is busy posting Twitter messages and Instagram photos. He stays connects with his fans.

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