He is 34 years old, Rafael Nadal has nineteen grand slam titles and another big dream ahead of him. At least catch up or even better beat your big opponent and friend Roger Federer, who has one more primacy from the Big Four tournaments. He can be called by a native of Mallorca at the upcoming French Open, which he has won twelve times in the past.
In one, however, he loses significantly to Roger Federer. While the Swiss are raising four children with his wife Mirka, the popular Rafa is still nothing. And questions about when to start a family with his lovely wife are becoming more and more frequent.
|Number of grand slam titles|
|Name||Number of titles||age|
“I have duties and, of course, a great responsibility towards my surroundings. And tennis still plays a big role in my life. But even more important for me is the happiness of my family and my loved ones. I no longer decide on key matters myself, discussing everything with my wife and such an important decision. they are, of course, no exception, “the clay king successfully concealed.
I didn’t expect to play yet
“And when are we going to have children? It depends on the situation. Things like that are very difficult to anticipate. But it’s true that when I was thinking about what I’m going to do at thirty-four, I was convinced that I wouldn’t play tennis anymore and I would have family, “admitted a native of Mallorca.
Rafael Nadal did not manage the match against Argentine Schwartzman
Alfredo Falcone, ČTK / AP
However, he did not want to be more specific when he would start a family with his partner. “It may be early, but I still want to play tennis, I’m not going to end. When I finish my career, then it will be the main topic. I personally love children and I want them. I know how old I am and it’s clear we can’t wait another five years, “Rafa admitted.
After the resumption of the tennis season, Nadal has so far only participated in the tournament in Rome, where he surprisingly dropped out in the quarterfinals with Argentine Diego Schwartzman.
“I won’t make excuses, I just didn’t play well enough to deserve to win. But now I want to focus on the French Open,” the legend confirmed his attack on the 20th grand slam title.