Where does Rafa play next? Rafael Nadal’s 2013 fall schedule!

Vamos Rafa!
Vamos Rafa!

Rafael Nadal has played thirteen tournaments and the Davis Cup World Team playoffs in 2013. He made the finals of 12 tournaments, winning 10 titles, including two Grand Slams. Although the Mallorcan left New York as World No. 2, he is on track to regaining the year-end World No. 1 spot, as he has no points to defend and is scheduled to play in some important tournaments coming up.

Here is the rest of his schedule to close out the year:

China Open — Beijing, China, September 30  ✓
Shanghai Masters — Shanghai, China, October 6  ✓
Swiss Indoors — Basel, Switzerland, October 21 Withdrawn
Paris Masters — Paris, France, October 28
ATP World Tour Finals — London, UK, November 4

In addition, Rafa may also play various exhibition games in South America and at the Necker Cup. Note that the schedule depends on Rafa’s health and availability, and can change anytime. Stay tuned for more updates in case of schedule changes.

Vamos Rafa!

18 thoughts on “Where does Rafa play next? Rafael Nadal’s 2013 fall schedule!

  1. Pingback: Rafael Nadal’s November exhibition schedule | Rafael Nadal Fans

  2. Sugathan Thonur

    Playing too many tournaments within a short span of time is not only hazardous but very harmful to his troublesome knee! To extend his career, he must reduce his appearance in tournaments to a reasonable number!


  3. He is going the whole hog, awesome :) I hope he wins the WTF this year, thats the only major trophy missing from his cabinet and that would cap off 2013 perfectly along with the Year End No. 1 ranking :) Vamos !!


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