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 :)) such a nice collage!! It has not even sunk in properly that Rafa has won his 10th slam.....so young and so successful!Vamos!!!!!!!!


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Rafa on the run...



Rafa doesn't seem too sad after his loss. Or as Eurosport commentators would say: "Pure class!"




Get some rest Rafa and can't wait for Wimbeldon. VAMOS!  :))

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Rafael Nadal's Wimbeldon kit:












I like the white-blue combination. VAMOS!  :)

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Rafal posted this on Facebook. While raining in England they found a way to entertain themselves.



Grocery shopping.



Good friends - Rafa & Feli.



Rafa & Toni



...and Monfils.





Monaco and Wawrinka included.



VAMOS RAFA!


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Rafal posted this on Facebook. While raining in England they found a way to entertain themselves.



Grocery shopping.



Good friends - Rafa & Feli.



Rafa & Toni



...and Monfils.





Monaco and Wawrinka included.



VAMOS RAFA!




Hilarious the 1st pic !! :rofl_2:

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Good start of the tournament for Rafael Nadal. After 2:4 down in the first set Nadal went on to win the next 5 games and didn't look back as he sealed victory over Michael Russell with 6:4 6:2 6:2.













VAMOS!

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Nadal cruising. Today his forehand worked perfectly, his net approches are shaping up. He's also slicing the ball well and backhand mostly is what it should be. VAMOS!







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Nadal wins a tough match. I think there were some awesome rallies and Rafa deservingly prevailed.



VAMOS!
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"Here, in my FEMOOS ARSE."

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"Here, in my FEMOOS ARSE."


As you wish.  :))




VAMOS Rafa! I'm hpoing he takes Fish out in three. Then rest as much as possible.








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Rafa training hard. I hope he can deliver the good stuff against Murray. A repeat of last year's SF would be just fine.


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Impressive, as always.  :applause:

Rafael Nadal stops Andy Murray from reaching his first final at Wimbledon in a match that didn't exactly have any epic proportions but a fair amount of great shots. I hope Nadal wins his 3rd Wimbledon title.


Final score:   5:7  6:2  6:2 6:4






















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Rafa was all class & optimism personified in his Post-match interview after Wimby final:

The day before the final, Rafa -- who is essentially a truth-teller -- insisted he was the underdog.

"His mental position over me today is probably a little better," he said, "because he won the last four finals against me."

This turned out to be true.

"When one player beat you five times is because today my game doesn't bother him a lot," Nadal said. "Against me, he's playing better than my level. Find solutions. That's what I have to try. Seriously, I only lose matches this year against him. That's the truth.

"Probably, the mental part is a little bit dangerous for me. My experience says [Djokovic's] level is not forever. I'm going to be here fighting all the time, waiting my moment. I understand the sport like this. Last five times wasn't my time. I'm going to wait and I'm going to try to a sixth. And if the sixth doesn't happen, to the seventh."


Rafa is disarmingly honest & he embraces the reality so well that's what makes him fight adversity so well. That's why I love my Rafa.

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I hear that hardline fracture effect his movement since 4th round. The news said he should retire, but he choose not. But now it looks like he has to out season for six weeks.

Does anyone know this news? Can anyone confirm Nadal's situation?

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I hear that hardline fracture effect his movement since 4th round. The news said he should retire, but he choose not. But now it looks like he has to out season for six weeks.

Does anyone know this news? Can anyone confirm Nadal's situation?

I heard he had a hairline fracture and they numbed his foot.
He moved well and didn't feel anything but it's dangerous, if something gets worse he won't feel it.
He'll be fine and ready to go in not too long.


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Rafa was all class & optimism personified in his Post-match interview after Wimby final:

The day before the final, Rafa -- who is essentially a truth-teller -- insisted he was the underdog.

"His mental position over me today is probably a little better," he said, "because he won the last four finals against me."

This turned out to be true.

"When one player beat you five times is because today my game doesn't bother him a lot," Nadal said. "Against me, he's playing better than my level. Find solutions. That's what I have to try. Seriously, I only lose matches this year against him. That's the truth.

"Probably, the mental part is a little bit dangerous for me. My experience says [Djokovic's] level is not forever. I'm going to be here fighting all the time, waiting my moment. I understand the sport like this. Last five times wasn't my time. I'm going to wait and I'm going to try to a sixth. And if the sixth doesn't happen, to the seventh."


Rafa is disarmingly honest & he embraces the reality so well that's what makes him fight adversity so well. That's why I love my Rafa.

Rafael is nothing but honest.. even brutally so. There is no grey, just black and white. I love this guy cause he is not afraid to berate his own self.. All he cares about is his game - totally professional.. totally admirable. Pure class.

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I hear that hardline fracture effect his movement since 4th round. The news said he should retire, but he choose not. But now it looks like he has to out season for six weeks.

Does anyone know this news? Can anyone confirm Nadal's situation?

I don't think it affected his performance in any way. He wasn't injured that's for sure, otherwise he wouldn't have played.

Of course on this forum you will get jumped on even mentioning he might have a problem. But he didn't have one in this match in my opinion.

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I hear that hardline fracture effect his movement since 4th round. The news said he should retire, but he choose not. But now it looks like he has to out season for six weeks.

Does anyone know this news? Can anyone confirm Nadal's situation?

I don't think it affected his performance in any way. He wasn't injured that's for sure, otherwise he wouldn't have played.

Of course on this forum you will get jumped on even mentioning he might have a problem. But he didn't have one in this match in my opinion.
No idea what happen to him, just hope he can keep healthy and protect his leg. It is his first priority.

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Just to be clear: Rafa doesn't have a fracture and he won't be off 6 weeks. holidays & July 16th will play a golf tournament in Mallorca.

Then resume practice on July 17 th.