Nike Unveils First Look at Rafael Nadal’s ‘King of Clay’ French Open 2022 Boots

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Rafael Nadal is undoubtedly the invincible champion of red dirt. His achievements on the surface will likely remain unmatched by any active or retired player. Such is his dominance on this surface that literally no one is close to catching his stats. He has won the French Open, which is the so-called highlight of the clay-court season, a record 13 times.

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Ahead of its 14th Roland Garros bid, Nike released the first preview of the The shoes that Nadal will wear. Even though recent events have cast a shadow over Nadal’s clay-court season, the Spaniard will fight to make a comeback and clinch his 22nd major title.

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Rafael Nadal had the best start to 2022. He won the first tournament he entered, at the Melbourne Summer Set. It was his first tournament after a long hiatus due to a foot injury. The Spaniard then made history by becoming the first player on the ATP Tour to win 21 Grand Slam titles at the Australian Open.

Tennis – Australian Open – Men’s Singles Final – Melbourne Park, Melbourne, Australia – January 31, 2022 Rafael Nadal of Spain celebrates after winning the men’s singles final with the REUTERS/Asanka Brendon Ratnayake trophy

He then followed that feat by winning his 91st tour-level title in Acapulco. He even reached the final in Indian Wells and looked to be in great shape until he suffered a stress-induced rib fracture.

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After the latest rib injury, Nadal announced that he will take more time to recover and prepare his body. Although he will miss both Monte Carlo and Barcelona, ​​we hope to at least see him fit again for Roland Garros.

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