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Rafael Nadal Answers the Question Everybody’s Been Asking About Carlos Alcaraz

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Rafael Nadal confirmed his intention to compete in doubles at the Olympics alongside Carlos Alcaraz.

One of the most recurring questions about the Paris Olympics seems to have been answered. Rafa Nadal confirmed on the official podcast of the Mutua Madrid Open that he will play in the men’s doubles Olympic tournament alongside Carlos Alcaraz: “Unless something unusual happens, we will play.”

“It is also a great excitement for me, and if I’m not mistaken, from what they’ve told me, for him as well,” Nadal added, according to SPORT.

Moreover, Nadal discussed the possibility of playing with Alcaraz before the Olympics: “It would be nice to play some tournaments before the Olympics to prepare, to understand each other on the court… I hope we can work a bit together.”

Undoubtedly, the key will be the physical condition of both players, especially that of the Balearic who has been plagued with a real ordeal of physical problems.

“If both of us are fit, we have a chance to make a good pair and aspire to achieve great things. We’ll see how things evolve; I hope to be well enough to be a good partner for him, and I’m sure he will be for me,” Nadal stated.

In this way, a wish of the Spanish fans will be fulfilled, bringing together two tennis players from different generations. “I think it would be good for both of us and also for the Spanish team,” concluded Rafa Nadal.

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