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Rafael Nadal Reveals What has Helped Him to Have a Longer Tennis Career



If Rafael Nadal and his achievements on the court were not enough to floor you, his ideas about life certainly will. The 20 time Grand Slam champion is uncharacteristically simple, considering his immaculate achievements.

He credits his stability to a simple life routine. In addition, it helps the Spaniard to be grounded. “Sport cannot be separated from life. If I had gone to live on the other side of the world, separated from my family, friends and my loved ones, I would have suffered and dragged that emotional wear on the track.

The fact of not having separated myself from my usual environment, since I was a child, has helped me to have a longer career. That emotional stability, that normal, simple daily life, has also helped me keep my feet on the ground and not go crazy when I won or see everything negative after a defeat,” he added.

Nadal has mentioned in the past that he takes a keen interest in records, but he is not in infamous ‘Big 3 Grand Slam race.’

He feels there is more to life than just being a great tennis player. He said, “The personal issue is more important than the professional one. I always say that I would like to be remembered as a good person, good people, much more than a champion or anything else.”

He also laid stress on the fact that it’s more important for people who know you to have a positive opinion about you.

Rafael Nadal And The Latest On him

Rafael Nadal, currently in his hometown, took to Twitter to announce his availability for the Rolex Paris Masters. Surprisingly, he has never won at the Bercy and the best he has ever managed is a semi-final finish.

A title at Bercy would mean an extra 640 points, helping him close the gap between him and the current World No 1, Novak Djokovic.

Much to the delight of the fans, he is also in the pool of 7 men for the ATP Finals in London.

Rafael Nadal currently stands one shy of 1000 singles wins in ATP Tour events, with a high probability of becoming only the second player after Roger Federer to achieve the feat.

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WWE’s Alexa Bliss Gets Engaged!



2020 has been a hell of a year for this Firefly Funhouse cast member…

Former Raw and SmackDown Women’s Champion Champion Alexa Bliss is set to tie the knot with partner, Ryan Cabrera, according to the WWE star’s Instagram.

Recently posting an image on her account, Bliss appeared to be in shock as Cabrera got down on one knee outside of what appears to be a restaurant. In the wake of this brilliant news, Bliss captioned the image:

One year ago we said hello, tonight I said YES 🖤 @ryancabrera

Below the photo, the star also noted, “Tonight was the best night of my life!!! And it’s only just beginning!!!”

Throughout 2020, Bliss has been front and centre on WWE programming, winning the Women’s Tag Team Championships at WrestleMania 36 before getting involved in Braun Strowman and “The Fiend” Bray Wyatt’s Universal Championship programme. This eventually led to Bliss aligning herself with Wyatt, embracing the more surreal elements of his character and even joining the cast of the Firefly Funhouse on Monday Night Raw.

With this news, it appears Bliss is enjoying a rather eventful 2020 and it looks like the good times are set to continue in the near future.

There’s still no news on whether Ramblin’ Rabbit will be a groomsbunny or not…

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