Ashleig Barty, Novak Djokovic, Simona Halep, Rafael Nadal, Naomi Osaka, Daniil Medvedev, Sofia Kenin, Dominic Thiem, Elina Svitolina, Stefanos Tsitsipas, Karolina Pliskova, Alexander Zverev, Aryna Sabalenka, Roger Federer, Bianca Andreescu, Andrey Rublev, Diego Schwartzman , Garbiñe Muguruza.
This is part of the huge list of participants of the Mutua Madrid Open 2021. The tournament, which will take place from April 27th to May 9th, has announced the participants of this edition in which they want to restore the illusion caused by the coronavirus pandemic last Year has been lost and which had to be canceled due to the risk of contagion.
But in 2021 the Caja Magica will open with all the safety measures and more to make tennis as normal as possible and with the illusion of always recovering. So the two current masters Djokovic and Bertens meet in Madrid as well as most of the titles on this surface, Nadal and Petra Kvitova.
The two current champions Novaj Djokovic and Elise Bertens meet in Madrid as well as the players Rafa Nadal and Petra Kvitova, who collect the most titles on this surface. Legendary names like Federer or Halep with new stars like Medvedev and Kenin.
The Spaniards are well defended by Nadal, Muguruza, Bautista Agut, Carreño Busta, Ramos, Davidovich, Verdasco or Carlos Alcaraz. During a conversation with one of his sponsors, Rafael Nadal paid tribute to all important members of his team.
Rafael Nadal will play in Montecarlo
Rafael Nadal remembered the early days of his career visiting the Manacor Tennis Club where Uncle Toni was a coach. The 34-year-old announced that he was getting his first glimpses of his qualities from the age of eight.
“My uncle was a coach at the Manacor tennis club and I started playing when I was three,” said Rafael Nadal. “I think by the age of 8, 9, maybe 8, I had some great qualities and they took things seriously.
And the goals my uncle had for me were ambitious. “Franciso Roig is also one of Rafael Nadal’s coaches who has been with the Spaniard since 2005. Nadal revealed that Roig is someone who can help him rediscover his form if necessary .
“I started Francis in 2005, practically my entire career from that moment until today,” added Nadal. “And I think he’s a person who knows how to get my tennis back and he’s passionate about working on the court.
If I hadn’t had the people who would have led me on the right path, I might not have had the spirit of perseverance, of overcoming, “continued the Spaniard.” I think I was lucky enough to have people by my side to have who helped me. ”