‘What if he names his son Rogelio?’ – Rafael Nadal’s intimate revelation about Roger Federer has the tennis world going insane

Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal captured the hearts of all tennis fans last week when they played together for the last time. In the Swiss maestro’s last tennis match of his professional tennis career, the two went down in a fight against Frances Tiafoe and Jack Sock at the 2022 Laver Cup. Nonetheless, Federer and Nadal pulled off some great rallies in the match to make it a memorable encounter for fans around the world.

Despite their fierce rivalry over the years, Federer and Nadal had mutual respect for each other and the friendship between them grew by leaps and bounds over time. Recently Nadal made a confession about the Swiss maestro.


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Fans react as Rafael Nadal admits calling Roger Federer ‘Rogelio’

The Spaniard revealed this in an interview “sometimes in small groups” calls Federer “Rogelio”. As soon as Nadal admitted this, the fans had some wonderful reactions to this admission from Nadal.

One of the fans said: “What if he names his son Rogelio.”

Also, another Twitter user said: “What’s that sound? It’s the sound when I lose my mind.”

However, one of the fans did not find this information worthwhile and said: “And what shall we do with this information?”

Meanwhile, another fan wrote: “I need everyone to slow down. I won’t make it this week.”

Furthermore, one of the mentioned Twitter users, “I really have trouble distinguishing reality from fanfic.”

Furthermore, Nadal made an important decision regarding his participation in the Laver Cup.

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After playing his double game with springer On Friday, the Spanish legend withdrew from the Laver Cup.

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Nadal wanted to be in Mallorca with his wife who is expecting their first child. In addition, she has recently been in the news about her health complications.

March 19, 2022; Indian Wells, California, United States; Rafael Nadal (ESP) reacts after missing a shot in defeating Carlos Alcaraz (ESP) in their semi-final match at the BNP Paribas Open at the Indian Wells Tennis Garden. Mandatory Credit: Jayne Kamin-Oncea-USA TODAY Sports

Speaking of Laver Cup withdrawal, Nadal said, “I’m no good, I’m no good. The truth is that these have been difficult weeks in that regard. Little, very few hours of sleep, a bit of stress in general, a little more difficult situations than usual at home.”


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It is still unclear when Nadal plans to return to the ATP tour, with a number of important Masters tournaments pending.

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