Spanish tennis superstar Rafael Nadal posted a special Christmas message for his fans on Twitter.
Rafael Nadal hopes that people celebrate Christmas the way they should
Auto-giant KIA, which has a big money deal with Nadal, posted a video on its Spanish Twitter page showing the 20-time Grand Slam champion wanting everyone to celebrate Christmas properly.
The Spaniard says that this year was especially difficult for everyone, but that he hopes that people will still find some joy and festive joy in the end through Christmas.
“Hello everyone! First of all, I hope you are all healthy and that you can celebrate this Christmas time as it deserves. This has been a very difficult year, very strange and I think it has been very difficult for everyone,” Nadal says in the video.
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He said that although the aforementioned trace of events this year has affected him as deeply as it has affected others around the world, he will be happy to take a few positive things that got in his way and embark on a new season.
Although he was emotionally overwhelmed by how the pandemic ravaged his homeland, Nadal won his 13th French Championship title this year, tying him to Roger Federer for most Grand Slam trophies.
He also signed a new contract with the South Korean carmaker, tying him to the company until 2025.
“Still, I will personally take some of the positive things I could have lived with this year, as well as being able to win the RG (Roland-Garros) again or extend my partnership with KIA until 2025, which is very special to me because we’ve been together almost our whole lives and we’re very close to a silver anniversary, “ says the Spaniard.
Rafael Nadal hopes for happy festive news for all
Wishing all his fans good health in the midst of a pandemic, Nadal says he hopes Christmas and New Year will bring a lot of good news into their lives.
“I also want to use this message to wish you all the best for 2021, above all good health, and I hope that the new year will bring you all a lot of joy.
Big hug!” says the Spaniard.
In a recent conversation with children supported by his foundation, Nadal revealed a headroom going to the French Open.
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He said it was difficult to focus on tennis as the pandemic lurked his homeland, adding that he did everything he could to stand by the affected and help them in times of need.