Rafael Nadal arrives in Acapulco to win the Mexican Tennis Open


Rafael Nadal assumes that it is already in Acapulco to dispute the 2022 edition of the Mexican Tennis Open. It should be noted that this tournament comes a couple of months after the native of Manacor, Spain reached his 21st championship at the Australian Open.

Through social networks, the organizers of this important sporting event shared a video, in which The 35-year-old tennis player is seen flashing a big smile at the camera and send a warm greeting to all his Mexican fans.

“Hello, hello everyone, I am very happy to return to Mexico… I wanted to say hello to all my Mexican friends and see you around here for all these days, okay. A strong hug to all”, declared the athlete prior to his participation in the Tennis Open in Acapulco.

Looking to outdo David Ferrer and Thomas Muster

The Spanish training sessions have started; he seeks to conquer the tournament for the fourth time. With his victory at the Australian Open, the Spanish tennis player tops the list of Grand Slam winners with 21 titles

After announcing his arrival, Rafa prepared to train to give everything in this eventwhich will take place at the Arena GNP complex located within the Princess Mundo Imperial Hotel Golf Course and whose activities are scheduled to begin this coming February 21 and end 5 days later, that is, on February 26.

It should be noted that the Spaniard won the 2005, 2013 and 2020 editions. If he wins this edition, he would be crowned champion for the fourth time and would catch up with David Ferrer and Thomas Musterwho are considered the undisputed leaders of this contest.

How old is Rafael Nadal?

With his victory at the Australian Open, the Spanish tennis player tops the list of Grand Slam winners with 21 titles

as you mentioned AmericanPost.News previously, Rafael Nadal is 35 years old. Two decades after his debut as a professional, the tennis player has become the best in all history on clay courts and one of the best of all timein addition to being the male player with the most Grand Slam titles in history.

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