According to some tweets and forum posts, Rafael Nadal was so frustrated with his returns during his morning practice session with Marc Lopez at the Rogers Cup in Montreal today that he threw his racquet to the ground. It didn’t need a long time for many people to start analyzing his behavior, as always. From all this analysis, it was determined that he broke his racquet (which did not happen).
Should we defend Rafa and scream until we’re blue in the face that that did not happen? No, because we know, “never argue with an idiot. They will bring you down to their level and beat you with experience.” We know who Rafa Nadal is and how he behaves, and we are not one of those who are waiting to see a video of his bad behavior, just so Uncle Toni can eat his words that Rafa wouldn’t do something like that. Would Rafa be smaller in your eyes even if he did it, knowing that many kids can’t afford racquets for themselves? … Let’s not forget: Rafael Nadal did NOT break his racquet. End of story.
(Thanks to our photographer Marianne Bevis for the photos.)
Do you believe that Rafa would stoop so low as breaking his raquet? Sorry, he doesn’t belong to the same league as that yapping papa of what-sis.
i never believe in rumours n when we gave trust to some sportsman we have to stand on it till the end and i trust my player.
I never believed it for a second, rafa just isn’t like that.
I did not believe this story!! And if ever did I would not like it to happen but after all he is human too!!! Vamos Rafa!!!!
GREAT FIGHTING SPIRIT RAFA,SMART PLAYING,IT KEPT US ON OUR TOES,A GOOD MATCH AN D INTERESTING CHALLENGES ALL THE WAY IN BOTH SETS.VAMOS VAMOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOSS.LOOKING FORWARD FOR YOUR NEXT MATCH.GOD BLESS YOU