Olympic Games: Rafa practicing without pain

According to Fox Sports Brazil, Rafael Nadal didn’t feel any pain in his wrist during today’s practice session at the Olympic Tennis Center in Rio de Janeiro. We’re happy to hear the good news! 🙂 Vamos Rafa!


    • As long as the schedule doesn’t change, you are correct. Your safest bet is to check in the morning, UK time, because there could be a delay for whatever reason.
      I am a nutcase when it comes to Rafa’s match schedules, I check and recheck because so many times they have been either delayed and sometimes even pushed up. I don’t remember how closely the Olympics adheres to its various schedules.


  1. Rafa, that is great that you training session had no pain.

    ALl the best for a great Olympics,

    love and prayers,


  2. 👍👍👍👍👍👍👍👍👍👍👍👍👍❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏

  3. Three of the good guys at practice. Looking happy and relaxed. Getting ready to watch the opening ceremony. Hoping that all the athletes enjoy the occasion. Looking forward to seeing the stylish Spanish Team led by Rafael.

  4. Rafael-looking great and in fantastic form. All the best- enjoy and win! We hope
    you will feel rejuvenated and ready to fight on the rest of the season!👑👍🎾🌞🏆🔥❤️

  5. Rafa, you look GREAT!!! AND, you didn’t suffer any wrist pain during your practicing!!! THAT’S WONDERFUL NEWS!!!! We’re betting on you doing a whale of a job in Rio!!! VAMOS RAFA!!!

  6. As of now, Rafa is scheduled to play his first match on Sunday, 11am Rio time.


    • Oh no, 11 am is pretty early. I worry that Rafa will be up late with the ceremony tonight. I am not worried about his partying afterwards but he could be a bit tired. Several of the tennis players will be in the same situation, however.

      • Today is Friday. Tomorrow, Saturday, the games begin. Sunday is when Rafa plays. I think you skipped a day.

  7. Very happy to hear that Rafa. Is this another of your great comebacks. Make your opponents suffa!!! LOL


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