A fan asked coach Carlos Moya if Rafael Nadal’s team had listened to Patrick Moratoglu and Moya responded by saying that he only remembers those who support Nadal. During the mud season, Mouratoglu explained that Nadal loves to play a lot during the mud season and it will be difficult for him to prepare well for the mud season.
Muratoglu was right, as Nadal had to skip the start of the claycourt season with a strained rib fracture and was only able to play in Madrid and Rome ahead of the French Open. The fact is that Nadal did not have great preparations for the French Open, but nevertheless he managed to win the fourteenth title at Roland Garros.
“Here we go, time is running out but Rafael Nadal is always on schedule. Proud to be a part of this madness, keep the party going,” Moya wrote on Twitter. “I only remember those who support and enjoy victories.
My greetings! Moya replied to a fan. In early May, Mouratoglou said that it would be difficult for Nadal to prepare well for the French Open. Rafael Nadal won’t play many matches, and it’s very rare for Roland Garros to arrive with so few matches.”
Rafa Nadal on his family
Rafael Nadal won his 14th French Open title on Sunday by defeating Norway’s Casper Ruud in straight sets in the final. “One of the keys to success was staying home. I had no doubts about that.
My career would have been completely different if I didn’t have my family. I am no longer a child! But it’s as if we all live in the same village. Everyone talks to each other and everyone knows each other. I am very close to my father, my mother.
“Obviously when you see us together,” Nadal said. Nadal married his longtime girlfriend Maria Francesca Perello, who also hails from Mallorca, in 2019. The 36-year-old has credited her with helping him grow up. “You’re having a big party.
Basically, it hasn’t changed much in our lives since we’ve been together for 17 years. But there came a time in our lives that we felt was the right time to do so. “You helped me grow in this environment,” Nadal said.
Mud King Rafael Nadal is the best performer at the French Open. And by winning a record 14th title on Sunday, the 36-year-old became the oldest Roland Garros champion ever.