Nadal and Djokovic play tennis atop the Perito Moreno glacier in Argentina

Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic played a round of mini-tennis atop the Perito Moreno glacier in Argentina. The exhibition, sponsored by the National Institute of Touristic Promotion and aptly labeled “Tennis in the Millenary Ices,” aims to showcase the beauty of the area and promote tourism. Two of the best tennis players on earth played tennis on a boat, on a slow moving river of ice. What could be better than that? Photos, of course! This makes us wonder, however: what will they think of next? 🙂 Enjoy!

Photos: @minturprensa, @VisitARG, Rafa Nadal’s Facebook, Ahora Calafate’s Facebook, AP Photo, Calafate Magazine Tv

12 comments

  1. If you see at the end Rafa sends a ball to the water, trying to hit the glacier from the distance. What was he thinking? He is polluting one of the most beautiful places on earth. While some might think that a single ball is not a big deal, it is. He should learn how to behave and be a better role model. As a fan, you disappointed me Rafa, shame on you.

  2. wow!!! iits lovely place to see and play like this 2 wonderful guys….there so much fun and having a good time and enjoy themselves……taker rafa we love u and alwz support u…….

  3. From a Djokovic fan, thanks! Your site is the “go to place” for great pictures and video of what has to be an exhibition tour both Rafa and Nole are very happy they decided to do.

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