Connect with us


Watch: Rafael Nadal’s Relentless Clay Court Parade Ahead of Monte Carlo Tournament

Rafael Nadal showcases his skills and moves during a video posted on Instagram ahead of the Monte Carlo Tournament at Monaco

The Rafael Nadal fans can certainly take a sigh of relief as the undisputed ‘King of Clay courts’ is finally back in action. The 34-year-old Spaniard took to Instagram while sharing a video showcasing his preparations for the upcoming Monte-Carlo Masters.


View this post on Instagram


A post shared by Rafa Nadal (@rafaelnadal)


The 20-time Grand slam champion can be seen using his signature volleys and backhands in the video. Besides, he is parading down the court while switching positions along with his infamous grunt.

We must mention here that the Mallorcan missed the major part of the 2021 season due to a back injury. Even though he ensured his participation in the Australian Open, his fitness always came as a matter of question.

However, as shown in the video, the Spaniard seems up and ready for a special performance at Monaco.

The news positively relieves all the tennis enthusiasts who were gravely worried about his fitness level. As seen in the video, Rafael Nadal is delivering those fiery aces with steady and great perfection on his favorite court.

Monaco awaits a juicy Rafael Nadal – Djokovic clash

Rafael nadal vs djokovic is up on cards before the finals at the Monte Carlo open

Credits: Getty Images

Given his absence from the realm of tennis for a long term, the 34-year-old has lost his top seed at the Monaco open. Hence, we can see him meeting the World No. 1 Novak Djokovic even before the finals in Monte-Carlo Masters.

This can certainly come as a blessing in disguise for all the Tennis buffs as the two have a history of delivering absolute edge-of-the-seat thriller clashes. With Rafa not a part of the top two seeds, fans can see him clashing with Djokovic most likely in the semi-finals in Monaco.

What’s more exciting here is that Nadal has already promised an action-packed clay season to his fans. As he transcends beyond Monaco, his next destinations would enlist Barcelona, Madrid, Rome, and Paris.

The Spaniard is currently aiming for a record-breaking 21st Grand Slam title at the French Open 2021. Given his fitness concerns, the fans have to wait and watch in similar regards.

Monte-Carlo Masters 1000 event commences on April 11th, 2021. Stay tuned as we bring you every live update right here.

Also Read: Rafael Nadal’s Uncle Reveals His Expectations for Coaching Felix Auger-Aliassime




Last Update


More in NEWS