Nadal: free day and lunch with his driver in Melbourne

Nadal decided not to train this Friday and ate on the beach of St. Kilda with his team and his usual driver in the tournament, Iain. Then he saw Djokovic's match.


The day after winning with an overwhelming authority Stefanos Tsitsipas and qualifying for the fifth time for the Australian Open final, Rafa Nadal decided to take the day off according to his coach, Carlos Moya. The Balearic tennis player ate this Friday with his team and with the driver who has been attending him for years in the tournament, Iain, and the wife of this, in a restaurant on the beach of St. Kilda. He is one of the people who most appreciates Manacor in the circuit, in a city, Melbourne, where his family feels very comfortable, as his uncle Toni has explained on more than one occasion.

Afterwards he returned to the hotel Crown, where he stays, and relaxed before watching on television the semifinal that faced Lucas Pouille and his rival for Sunday's title match, Novak Djokovic. After dinner in the room.

Today, Nadal will train under cover, in the National Tennis Center of Melbourne, from 11: 30, local time, to prepare the match that can give him his 18th Grand Slam title.



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