Nadal, for Paris and the ATP Finals, two damn tournaments

The Spaniard uploaded a photo training on one of the hard and covered courts of the Rafa Nadal Academy. They are two of the tournaments that are missing in his record.


Rafa Nadal is already looking at his next challenge on the 2020 season calendar: the Masters 1,000 in Paris. After winning his thirteenth title at Roland Garros, Nadal returns to Paris to play a tournament in which the title still resists him.

To seek that long-awaited triumph in the 1,000 Masters in Paris, the only 1,000 Masters that resists him along with those in Miami and Shanghai (he did win in Madrid before the tournament was played in the Chinese city), Nadal has already trained this Tuesday in conditions very similar to those that will be at the Accor Arena.

Nadal, who will attend the tournament as the first favorite after the absence of Novak Djokovic, trained on one of the hard covered courts of the Rafa Nadal Academy in Manacor. "It is time for the indoor tournament season. This photograph is from today training at the Rafa Nadal Academy. And yes, I am ready for Paris-Bercy," Nadal said on his social networks.

The ATP Finals, another great goal

On Nadal's horizon, the Nitto ATP Finals also appear, another of the great tournaments that, like the Masters 1,000 in Paris, still resist the Balearic in his record. Although he has not yet confirmed his presence, it is assumed that Nadal will be in London from 15 to 22 November to fight for the Masters Cup and further complete his already extensive record.

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