The day after his triumph at Roland Garros, Rafael Nadal woke up early in the morning to be photographed with the Musketeers Cup around the French capital. It is the 14th time that it happens. After having his portrait taken in all the points of interest in Paris, including the Alexander III bridge, which spans the Seine, the Spaniard took a walkway under the Eiffel Tower. Nadal, as Marca reports, today will return to ‘his of him’ Mallorca, from where he will move to Barcelona to undergo radiofrequency treatment in an attempt to prolong his sports career as much as possible.
Despite having taken the field at Roland Garros thanks to infiltrations, due to persistent pain in his left foot, the Majorcan was able to establish himself again two years after his last triumph. Nadal, on the road to success, put behind four exponents of the top 10: Felix Auger-Aliassime, Novak Djokovic, Akexander Zverev and Casper Ruud.
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