Nadal was not frustrated by having lost Wimbledon, the Olympic Games and the US Open and makes it clear that “it is essential to know how to adapt and accept things as they come.”
“I have had a lot of fantastic things and also during my career I have had more complicated things at the injury level. There has always been a way to get ahead. Over the years one has to be realistic that it is more complicated, that the clock does not stop, but I am excited. I’m going to fight to do it again, “he said.
The Spanish tennis player attended the official presentation of his docuseries’Rafa Nadal Academy building champions‘, consisting of four chapters in video format and eight in podcast format and which will be released in’Amazon Prime Video ” on September 17, at his academy in Manacor and there he showed his pride in what he achieved in Manacor in these five years of the life of his educational and sports center.
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Normally I don’t expect much because things are happening. You have to adapt to things as they come. At a family level, it is a great satisfaction to see the Academy in this way, to see everything that is being done and the people who have been here from the beginning live what the Academy is. See the boys when they graduate and leave crying
On the series, Rafa was proud that this dream came true. “It is good for everyone, for Manacor, for the kids that it gives them a visibility of the work and daily effort, and to explain the way in which we work in all aspects and to reach a lot of people.”
“I hope that sports fans find it entertaining and that it helps them learn,” he said.
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