Rafael Nadal is finally back home after a rather long stint away that culminated with the unforgettable exhibition with Roger Federer in Cape Town.
The Spanish sensation had an interesting but relatively unsuccessful January after he lost the ATP Cup in the final against Serbia and he lost in the quarters in the Australian Open at the hands of Dominic Thiem. However, the King of Clay still looks in great form and he is expected to have a fantastic run in Acapulco in a couple of weeks.
In the meantime, back in Mallorca, Rafa had some quality time with his friends and family without losing the opportunity to enjoy the wonderful (but a now a bit cold) sea of Mallorca.
Rafael Nadal’s ranking and performance in 2020
Currently ranked no.2, Nadal played his last match on the 29th of January when he lost to Dominic Thiem 7-63 7-64 4-6 7-66 in the quarter of the Australian Open.
Rafael Nadal’s most significant performance of the year was getting to the final in in ATP Cup.