Rafael Nadal He warned the next day after his second defeat in the group stage of the Tern Masters Cup that he would already be thinking about the 2023 season.
Nadal was there yesterday, training for an hour under the watchful eyes of his three coaches, all teachers present at the meeting: Carlos Moy, Francis Roeg and Marc López.
The 22-big will kick off his campaign today with the third engagement of the round robin against champion Casper Rude. It’s 2:00 in the afternoon.
There will be 200 points at stake which can help you place second west of the rankings, which has also been adopted by Rudd and Stefanos Tsitsipas. At its conclusion, take the first flight to Mallorca where you will spend the weekend.
On Monday, November 21, he will travel to Buenos Aires, where he will have his first of six exhibitions in Latin America., It will also take place in Bogotá, Quito, Belo Horizonte, Mexico City and Santiago de Chile.
All of his matches will be accompanied by Rude except on land in Chile where he will meet local Alejandro Tabillo., Nadal, who will travel without the company of his coaches, will return to Spain on December 2 after playing at the Plaza de Toros in Mexico City.
It will come as he begins a six-week preseason job with an eye on the Australian Open, the course’s first major and which will appear on the calendar from January 16 to 29.
Rafa knows he needs to compete and train at his best to have a chance to defend his title on the slopes of Melbourne Park.
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That is why he has signed up for the first edition of the United Cup (29 December to 8 January). Spain are in Group D alongside Nick Kyrgios’s Australia and Cameron Norrie’s Great Britain, and will play their matches in Sydney.
Nadal will then go to Melbourne where he will train for a week before the Open., Manacor has done well on this roadmap in 2022 Won the Open 250 in Victoria’s capital, ahead of his second coronation at Rod Laver Arena,
“I need consistency, like I had until Indian Wells. So I signed up to play in the first week of the year to spend more days on the circuit, not only competing but also training. It’s important to me because Get feedback by seeing you compete with the best,” he says.