Rafael Nadal will play in Lever Cup for the last time in Berlin

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Rafael Nadal said on Monday he will play at the Lever Cup in Berlin in September in what could be one of the 22-time Grand Slam champion’s last tournaments. Nadal has hinted that 2024 could be his last year on the ATP Tour.

Tennis great Rafael Nadal said on Monday that he will play at the Lever Cup in Berlin in September in what could be one of the 22-time Grand Slam champion’s last tournaments. Nadal has hinted that 2024 could be his last year on the ATP Tour. He had said after his second round defeat against Alex de Minor at the Barcelona Open last week that it was probably his last match here.

Nadal won the title 12 times in Barcelona. “At this stage of my career I really want to go out there and make the most of every opportunity given to me,” Nadal said in a statement. The 37-year-old Spanish superstar has long battled injuries. And they have played just five competitive matches this year, three in Brisbane in January and two in Barcelona last week. The Lever Cup, held this year from September 20–22, is an indoor hardcourt men’s competition played between the World Team and the Europe Team in a format similar to golf’s Ryder Cup.

Before Roger Federer’s retirement, Nadal and the Swiss great played doubles for their last match at the 2022 Lever Laver Cup in London. “I am very happy to play the Lever Cup in Berlin for Team Europe,” Nadal said. “I have some special memories of the Lever Cup experience, including the last one with Roger in London two years ago. Including playing.

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