‘I’m teaming up with my friend!’ Rafael Nadal shares excitement to REUNITE with Roger Federer at Laver Cup


A few days ago, the Spanish legend Raphael Nadal He became the first man to win the 21st Grand Slam title in tennis history. He came two sets behind and defeated second-seeded Daniil Medvedev in the final to win his 2nd Australian Open title. In doing so, he surpassed Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic to take the all-time grand slam lead.

And now Nadal has confirmed that he will participate in the 2022 Laver Cup this year alongside old friend and rival Roger Federer. The ‘Fedal’ duo will participate in the mega event, which will be held in London this year, for the second time in the history of the Laver Cup. Earlier, they both competed in the 2017 Laver Cup and even played doubles matches together.

As soon as he announced his Laver Cup endorsement, Federer expressed his excitement and now Nadal has once again shared his views on playing in the same team as Federer. He shared his views on Instagram and said he looks forward to playing with his ‘friend’ Federer. The Laver Cup will be a three-day event that will be played at the O2 Arena in late September this year.

“I am very happy to come to London for the Laver Cup. It’s always great to team up with Team Europe and my friend @rogerfederer and play tennis in front of all my English fans 💪🏻👏🏻 See you there!!” Nadal wrote.

Nadal will take a few weeks off

Raphael Nadal
Raphael Nadal

Nadal is currently back home in Spain and will take a few weeks off before returning to tour again. His next big goal will definitely be the clay court season and the French Open, but before that he will play a few tournaments. He is scheduled to play in Acapulco in 2 weeks but has not made a final statement about it. From there, he’ll travel to California to play the Indian Wells Masters, an event he missed last year.

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