Rafael Nadal answered fans' questions in the Player's Box Challenge at the Rolex Paris Masters. The Spaniard, who will be playing quarter-finals against Jo-Wilfried Tsonga on Friday, was asked which partner he would pick to win the French Open doubles title with.
Nadal, who won 12 singles titles in Paris, said: "I don't know if I can win, first of all I have to play, because I never played it. You never know, but it will be difficult. Marc Lopez, if he is healthy, would be a good partner."
What is the strangest thing that happened to him on a tennis court? "A long time ago in Hamburg, I was in the locker room, changing, I put my foot on the floor and I felt something, The ankle started to be bigger and bigger, and I did not know why.
I was scared, it ended up being just a vein that popped. At the beginning, I thought I could not play. Then I went to the doctor and it was no problem." A fan asked Nadal why he was not invited to his wedding: "I am sorry it's too late.
It was a very private event. Just the people very close to us. That's the way that we wanted." He was asked three things he can order in a bakery: "Croissants, Madeline, bread." Asked to name three players from the soccer team Paris Saint-Germain, Nadal replied: "Mbappè, Cavani and Neymar," he concluded.