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Nadal was rewarded for number one in the world

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Rafael Nadal was excellent for finishing the year as number 1 in the world rankings. The 31-year-old Spaniard received a big deal from ATP President Chris Kermod. The King of the Clay had an extraordinary season that included two Grand Slam titles and two Masters tournament titles. He started the year with the Australian Open Final, where he lost to Roger Federer. Then came the season of red courts where he triumphed in Monte Carlo, Barcelona and Madrid before reaching the historic tenth title of Roland Garros. Rafa continued to make success in the autumn when he won the US Open and the Beijing tournament. In November he climbed to the top spot in the world for the fourth time in his career. `It was a fantastic season for me, very emotional, thinking about the injuries and everything I`ve been through for the past two years. ` It`s not something I thought about a year ago, so it means a lot to me, `Nadal said. time of the awards. `There were hard times, but my family and my team still believed. Without them I would not be here today. `




Rafa was awarded immediately after the first ATP Finals match, in which Roger Federer defeated Jack Sok. The Spaniard starts his London tournament by dropping odds movement tomorrow against a match against David Goffen. Federer himself said that the reward had taken place while he was interviewing Sky Sports, agreeing to be interrupted while Raffa received his reward. He added that Nadal is well-deserved number one.

EMIL YANCHEV, London



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