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When does Rafael Nadal play? Next matches to bet on

After a spectacular 2022, Rafael Nadal began 2023 with a view to being number 1. But everything was cut short with his injury at the 2023 Australian Open, which left him out of the game for quite some time. In this article you will be able to follow his fitness update, when Rafa Nadal plays, as well as some tips for your bets on Rafa Nadal matches. Do not miss it!

Despite his difficult moment, Rafael Nadal is (figures in hand) the best tennis player in history, tied with Novak Djokovic, at 22 Grand Slams. Even so, the classification in the ATP Ranking differs slightly, due to his recent injuries that have left him sidelined. In this article you will be able to follow the next matches of Rafa Nadal, at least one of the best (if not the best) tennis player in history.

Upcoming matches for betting on Rafa Nadal

To this day it is unknown when Rafa Nadal’s next match will be. The Spaniard suffers a grade 2 injury to the iliopsoas in his left leg, which will prevent him from playing for the next 2 months. In this sense, he will miss the two Masters 1000 in the USA that open the season: Indian Wells and the Miami Masters.

With no options, for the moment, to bet on Rafa Nadal, don’t miss the match schedule of Carlos Alcaraz, the best Spanish tennis player of the moment.

Rafael Nadal’s Palmares

Rafael Nadal's Palmares

Since his debut more than 20 years ago, the Spaniard has not stopped accumulating victories, to the point of winning 100 individual titles in his record. To his credit stand out 22 Grand Slams, 1 gold in the Olympic Games, 36 Masters 1,000, 22 ATP Tour 500 and 10 ATP Tour 250.

  • 14 Ronald Garros, who place him as King of Clay
  • 2 Australian Open
  • 2 Wimbledons
  • 2US Open
  • 36 Masters 1000 (Monte Carlo, Rome, Montreal, Madrid, Indian Wells, Hamburg, Toronto, Cincinnati)
  • 23 ATP 500 (Barcelona, Acapulco, Beijing, Hamburg, Rio, Tokyo, Stuttgart, Dubai)
  • 10 ATP 250 (Melbourne, Stuttgart, Argentina, Doha, Sao Paulo, London, Beijing, Bastad, Suipe, Sopot)
  • 5 Davis Cups
  • 1 medal in the Olympics

Nadal’s position in the ATP

Rafael Nadal has been relegated to a secondary position in the ATP Ranking, after being inactive for a few weeks due to his injuries. This is his position in the TOP of world tennis players.

  1. Novak Djokovic: 7160 points
  2. Carlos Alcaraz: 6780 points
  3. Stefanos Tsitsipas: 5805 points
  4. Casper Ruud: 5560 points
  5. Taylor Fritz: 3,795 points
  6. Andrey Rublev: 3,660 points
  7. Holger Rune: 3,321 points
  8. Rafael Nadal: 3,315 points
  9. Felix Auger-Aliassime: 3,245 points

Currently, Nadal has been far from what he became. The great challenge for him will be to recover from the injury and once again reach the forefront in the top positions of the ATP Ranking. Will he make it?


Tennis calendar starting in April

Tennis calendar

The manacorí has confirmed his absence until the end of March. When Rafa Nadal will play is unknown, but this is the tennis calendar starting in April, when he could reappear.

  • April 7-17: Monte Carlo Masters
  • April 14-24: Barcelona Open
  • April 22 – May 7: Masters 1000 Mutua Madrid Open
  • May 7-22: Rome Masters
  • May 21-June 12: Roland Garros
  • June 16-26: Halle Open
  • June 25-July 17: Wimbledon
  • August 4-14: Toronto Masters 1000
  • August 11-21: Cincinnati Masters 1000
  • September 9-10: US Open
  • October 1-16: Shanghai Masters 1000
  • October 27 – November 6: Masters 1000 Paris Bercy
  • November 11-20: Nitto ATP Finals
  • November 12-26: Davis Cup Finals

If you want to place bets on Rafa Nadal, do not miss in this article the update of the next matches of Nadal.

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