Spanish tennis superstar Rafael Nadal says he’s super pleased with the way his career has really gone and wishes to concentrate on enjoying his own results instead of how many slams his competitions Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic triumph.
Rafael Nadal says that he wishes to maintain loving tennis
The World No. 2 has won 19 Grand Slam singles titles in his career – one behind Roger Federer, who has the listing of 20 Grand Slams and 2 supporting Novak Djokovic, who’s 17 Grand Slams.
Discussing with Sue Barker on a meeting with BBC Sport, Nadal was requested concerning the pursuit for the record of most number of Grand Slams. “I say tens of thousands of occasions today, I do my manner. I’m super pleased with how my career has evolved all these years.
I can not go mad considering 20th or that I do not know if Novak is winning longer. I simply try to do my manner. I simply try to maintain enjoying tennis. Obviously I will really like to complete my career with 25 when possible! (laughs). However, my perception is it is significant that over-ambition can be extremely negative.
I just try to follow my own path, my manner. I aspire to maintain produce myself chances within another few years”. Nadal has confirmed he will play with the Madrid Masters in Spain on clay, which begins one day after the US Open in New York.
That is a probable indication he will also play with the French Open at Paris.The Mutua Madrid Open wasn’t held as originally scheduled as a result of this pandemic, and it’s presently set to start on 13 September in the Caja Magica.
The Spaniard hasn’t made a public statement on whether he’d play with the US Open in New York in late August. Apart from winning 19 Grand Slam singles titles, Nadal has also won a list 35 ATP Experts 1000 names, 21 ATP 500 titles along with also the 2008 Olympic gold medal in singles. )
The Spaniard has held that the world No. 1 position for a total of 209 weeks, such as becoming the year-end No. 1 times. Rafael Nadal has won a listing 12 French Open titles, four US Open titles, 2 Wimbledon titles and a single Australian Open titles.