Joke between Nadal and Djokovic: “He’s used to it”

Joke between Nadal and Djokovic: “He’s used to it”

London hosts the largest concentration of tennis legends in memory these days. Roger Federer’s withdrawal from the Laver Cup brought together the three most successful players in history who, in addition to fighting for victory against the team from the rest of the world, takes the opportunity to have fun and have a good time.

The good vibes between them are evident, and not just between Federer and Nadal. The Balearics played in a fun moment with Novak Djokovic on Thursday night.

Nadal, Murray, Federer and Djokovic took a boat trip on the Thames

They came from the boat trip the tournament held as one of the previous promotional events, and they weren’t shy about commenting on the experience.

It was awesome. there were no waves” Nadal explained in front of Djokovic’s laughter which recalled the maritime experience of the Balearic Islands. “He’s used to, he’s used to the wavessaid the Serb.


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The Spaniard landed this Thursday in London for the Laver Cup, in which he will play a doubles match this Friday with Roger Federer

And it is that the two have made it clear how honored it is for them to be present at such a special moment for Roger Federer. “When he said it would be his last game, it was a joy for me to be in the team, because it would be the last time we would all be together. It is a privilege to be here. I am very grateful to have belonged to this era. Roger’s legacy will live foreverDjokovic said.

Andy Murray, Novak Djokovic, Roger Federer and Rafa Nadal, during a training session before the Laver Cup

Andy Murray, Novak Djokovic, Roger Federer and Rafa Nadal, during a training session before the Laver Cup

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While Nadal pointed out that “Being alongside Roger again is something I look forward to and it makes me very happy. I don’t need to hear this news to know the end is nearer“, the Balearic said when asked if Federer’s announcement made him think about his future departure. “It’s the normal cycle of life. Some leave, others arrive. It’s not new. History repeats itself,” he added.

“This time it’s up to us. In this particular case he is one of the most important, if not the most important in the sport, and he is leaving after a long and successful career. It’s sad news and it was a tough day when he announced it.”



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