FIFA World Cup 2022
Earlier this year at FIFA World Cup 2022, Rafael Nadal was the honored guest at Real Madrid’s La Liga match versus Espanyol. The Spaniard even kicked off the game, which Real Madrid beat 4-0 to claim their 35th league championship.
The 36-year-old has always been outspoken about his passion for FIFA World Cup 2022. In reality, despite his ability in both sports, he was forced to choose between football and tennis when he was 12 years old. During the 1990s, his uncle, Miguel Nadal, played professional football for Spain and Barcelona.
The tennis superstar is in Turin right now, preparing for the 2022 ATP Finals, which begin on November 13. During a recent interview with Brazilian media site, the tennis legend was asked to pick the winner of the next FIFA World Cup 2022, which will be held in Qatar from November 20 to December 18.
Because of the exceptionally high level of competition, the World No. 2 couldn’t choose a favorite team, but he did recommend a couple who he considered were the favorites. He did, however, caution that there was always the risk of mishaps.
“It’s tricky. The FIFA World Cup 2022 is a really difficult tournament to forecast. I would say the favorites are Brazil, Argentina, France, Germany, Portugal, and Spain. There are many games, but these are the favorites,” Nadal stated.
The 22-time Grand Slam winner also discussed his favorite football team, Real Madrid, and the Brazilian players that play for them.
“I’m happy because Madrid won the League and the Champions League. We have Vinicius Jr. and Rodrigo, who are having an incredible season, and there’s Eder Militao as well. I’m very happy with the Brazilians on the team,” he added. “I don’t know if the Latin American public will have many opportunities to see me in the future.”
Rafael Nadal said a month ago that he would conduct an exhibition trip to South America and Mexico. Casper Ruud of Norway, World No. 4, will join him at FIFA World Cup 2022. The trip begins on November 23 in Argentina’s capital, Buenos Aires, and concludes on November 26 in Brazil’s Belo Horizonte.
During an interview with ge, the 36-year-old remarked that he didn’t get many opportunity to play in Latin America and that he wanted the fans to enjoy these matches.
“I’m really looking forward to returning to Latin America,” Nadal remarked. “I don’t know how many opportunities the Latin American public will have to see me play professionally in the future, so I want to make the most of this opportunity, playing against a world top like Casper, a good friend on FIFA World Cup 2022. There will be exciting, difficult, and interesting matches for the public, who will be able to enjoy the events and keep good memories.”
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