Roger Federer And Rafael Nadal Mourn Pele'S Death

Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal mourn the death of Pelé


Brazilian soccer and sports legend Edson Arantes do Nascimento, SkinHe died last night in Sao Paulo, in a hospital in Brazil. 2022 has brought so much bitterness and various bad news and it ends with one of the worst news.

The historic champion had been hospitalized since November 29, 2022 and had already been in serious condition for days with the entire family attending the champion’s bedside. Pelé is one of the footballers who changed the history of the sport, an icon not only in Brazil but throughout the world and a boy who loved football more than anything else.

In 2021 he was diagnosed with cancer, he was hospitalized and operated but since then the champion’s conditions have never improved. Pele died at the age of 82. We are talking about a legend from Santos and Brazil, the only man in the history of this sport to have won three World Cups.

Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal mourn the death of Pelé

Even the world of tennis is in mourning for Pelé. The Italian tennis player Fabio Fognini has published an Instagram Stories to celebrate the footballer, many have wanted to greet the legend of Pelé and also the Spanish champion Rafael Nadal has published a splendid message on Instagram:

During the night, during the United Cup and against Brazil Italy, the ATP staged a beautiful video memory of what is considered one of the strongest players in the history of this sport.

During the night the match between Brazil and Italy took place and the busy green and gold team made some statements, beginning with the tennis player Luisa Stefani. Even the champion Roger Federer published on social networks a shot that immortalizes him with his friend and published:

«Pele left us today.

He went to heaven with Coutinho, his great teammate at Santos. He is now in the company of many eternal stars: Didi, Garrincha, Nilton Santos, Socrates, Maradona. He left a certainty: there has never been a number 10 like him.

Thank you Pele,» Brazilian President-elect Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva wrote on Twitter.



Deja un comentario

Tu dirección de correo electrónico no será publicada. Los campos obligatorios están marcados con *

Ir arriba