Rafael Nadal spoke about how it feels to be back as a world No. 1 on the ATP Rankings. Through a press release sent to ATP, the Manacor native said: “I'm super happy with my season. It was a tough beginning but then I was able to find a way to be back playing at a very high level of tennis and be in the situation that I am today.
I'm very proud about the year that I am having”. Chris Kermode, ATP Executive Chairman and President, added: “Rafa has made a habit of setting the highest of standards throughout his career and his return to No.
1 is just the latest example. It’s an incredible achievement and he continues to amaze with his longevity at the top of the game – many congratulations to him and his team”. The exhibition match between Federer and del Potro will feature a VIP experience for fans, including enjoying a luxury dinner with the tennis player, plus having a tennis clinic, buy products and see the match from the first rows.
It is $1,500 worth. Guido Pella spoke about the new Davis Cup: "As long as they pick me, I will be there. It's a competition that I like a lot and that makes me have unbelievable memories, and this year it will make no expection.
I knew that I had to have a good season and luckily it was the best season in my career. I have a big desire to play the Davis Cup. It's a major goal in my career. We are not the favorites but we will fight. We can go through the groups stage and be dangerous for anybody.
But before you have Chile and Germany. Zverev's absence is a big thing because he is a great player but they still have a great team. We will have to make our best effort."