The only man to win 21 Grand Slam titles to his name. Raphael Nadal He returned home after an undefeated streak in Down Under, winning 2 championships from 2 tournaments he played. Starting with a Tour title Melbourne Summer Set 1The Spaniard then went on a screenplay date at Melbourne Park as he won. 2022 Australian Open.
As he entered the Australian Open, not many gave Nadal a chance to win the title, as he was away from the Grand Slam action for so long and has only played 5 matches since his first race. 2021 French Open. While Nadal was able to beat his opponents, his biggest test came with World No. 2 Daniil Medvedev, with only one set left to win the title by 2 sets in the final.
At a crucial juncture in the 3rd set, Nadal rally to save the 3 breaking points that would have caused Medvedev to take a 4-2 lead in the 3rd set. He came back to push the 5th set, breaking free, and after a grueling 5 hours and 24 minutes, Nadal won the 2022 Australian Open 2-6, 6-7(7), 6-4, 6- title. 4, 7-5. This was his second win at Melbourne Park and the second time he completed the Career Slam in his career, becoming the 4th man to do so.
“The truth is that I put the summary of the match and fell asleep in front of him. I had the opportunity to see him again the next day and also had the opportunity to respond to the congratulatory messages I received during the trip,” he said. Nadal said at the presentation ceremony at Rafa Nadal Academy: arrival in spain.
Rafael Nadal talks about the 2022 calendar
Now where will the 21-time be with the continuing question Grand Slam The next championship game, he voiced it at the ceremony. “I signed up for Acapulco and Indian Wells, but I have to make a decision that fits what my body allows me to do. Acapulco is closer, I would love to be there but I need to see what the perspective is”, Nadal has revealed his plan for the remainder of the season.
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