Friday, January 8, 2021 19:01 PM (GMT + 7)
(Sports news – Tennis news) The way Rafael Nadal tries to play football is an indescribable beauty of the tennis industry and has inspired many people.
Video of some great Nadal saves
Rafael Nadal suddenly became one of the stars of the tennis village in 2005. The Spaniard caused fever with a series of 24 consecutive wins and was crowned at Roland Garros for the first time when he was less than 20 years old. Since then, the player who competed as fiercely as “Bunch” has added 12 times to the French Open championship.
The last time, the playing conditions at Roland Garros were not ideal for Nadal when it was colder, the new ball was heavier than before. The tennis player born in 1986 did not have good form before the tournament, but Nadal once again proved why people called himself “King of the clay court”. “Gaur” easily defeated Novak Djokovic in the final with a score of 3-0.
Over the past 15 years, Rafael Nadal has changed little in terms of gameplay. That is how to play conscientiously in each ball and never have the thought of giving up. That helps the Spaniard win the hearts of many spectators.
Amy Tsao, a huge fan of the Spaniard revealed. “I became his fan when I watched Nadal play at the Beijing Olympics in 2008. It was great to see a persistent young player saving the ball nonstop.
I feel proud of the experience that has developed step by step in his career. The way Nadal shows respect for viewers from a teenager until now. ”Amy Tsao was almost always involved in the tournaments Nadal attended before the Covid-19 translation appeared.
Nadal once confided that he never thought of himself as a role model for anyone and just tried his best. “The only thing I can guarantee is that I will fight as long as I can. I will do my best in every match, always show everyone my best. Because somehow, maybe. Sports always help people towards something brighter, right? “.
Maybe Nadal just accidentally, but most of them who love the Spaniard always find motivation when watching him play. Simply from the way Nadal moves towards the bottom line of the field, slowly smashing the ball, cowering and ignoring everything to focus on launching the shot, is enough to help his fans feel more motivated in life.
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