Rafa Nadal Sale Top 10

Rafael Nadal leaves the top ten

Rafael Nadal drops out of the top 10 this week, having not lost a spot in nearly 18 years.

912 consecutive weeks in these positions

March 20, 2023 will be historic because the record it held will be stopped Rafael Nadal to be among the top 10 rackets on the planet for 912 consecutive weeks. He’s been close to turning 18, and it’s only a month away. He entered on April 25, 2005 and posted his top 10 ranking of seventh in the world, and since then he hasn’t left, despite being involved in many layoffs due to physical issues and other injuries.

The Spanish Rafael Nadal dawned ranked 13th in the world as he had many points to defend at the beginning of the season with the Australian Open and Acapulco titles or the Indian Wells final. He is currently undergoing rehabilitation to return to the courts very soon. His favorite surface arrives with a great goal that is Roland Garros. At the moment, Nadal has marked his return to the Monte Carlo Masters 1000 tournament, but let’s see how these last weeks go on the court and what feelings he gets. He also wanted to say that his intention is also to enter the Barcelona Open Banc Sabadell. They are only in consecutive weeks.

At the Australian Open, as he already confirmed, he suffered a serious injury and now he controls the tempos to try to be competitive because he has a lot at stake on clay. Added to it tied for 22 grand slams With Novak Djokovic and Roland Garros arriving to try to break the tie that has prevailed since the Serb lifted the title at the Australian Open in January.

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