On the one hand we have the past and still the present of tennis, the Spanish champion Rafael Nadal. The Majorcan won his second Australian Open of his career a few days ago and above all his twenty-first career Grand Slam title, making a great comeback on the big favorite opponent at the beginning Daniil Medvedev.
On the other hand there is the Golden Boy of blue tennis, the South Tyrolean athlete Jannik Sinner, by now blue tennis player present for months in the world Top Ten. In addition to tennis, these are the things that concern these two athletes on the circuit and many did not miss a detail concerning the two tennis players, a social detail.
These days the social profiles of the Riccardo Piatti Center, historic and well-known coach of the young blue, posted a photo of a few days before the Australian Open. Before the start of the tournament, Jannik Sinner, Rafael Nadal, Riccardo Piatti, Carlos Moya and other members of their staff were at dinner, a dinner in some ways unexpected.
On social media, many have wondered if it was a friendly dinner or there were other purposes to discuss and the most varied hypotheses were spanned. Currently Jannik Sinner is stopped due to Coronavirus positivity, he has missed the ATP tournament in Rotterdam, a tournament where he was registered and which he had to give up.
The date of his return is unknown with Jannik who is looking forward to returning to the field and fighting again for the main objectives in the circuit.
Nadal is likely to feature at the Mexican Open
In a recent interview with The Sun, World No.
5 Rafael Nadal disclosed that while he "loves kids," he will probably wait until his sporting career is over before starting a family. “I would love to have children: boys, girls… I’m a person who loves kids and I’m a family guy.
But also I tell you that the reality is, the years keep passing, I would like to start to do all of this when my sporting life determines it," said Nadal. In the interview, Nadal opined that having children would not be "ideal" considering his hectic travel schedule.
“I think it’s also above all about looking after the kids. I don’t know if it [travelling throughout the year and having children] is ideal," added the former World No. 1 player. After his incredible run at the 2022 Australian Open, where he lifted his 21st Major, Nadal is likely to feature at the Mexican Open in Acapulco from February 21-26.