Rafael Nadal loses the rally against his sister in a unique home tennis match; watch the video


World No.2 tennis player Rafael Nadal has been active on social media lately due to the coronavirus outbreak, which has crippled the entire tennis calendar. Rafael Nadal posted photos and videos of his daily routine. The Spanish tennis star has also tried to keep fit by exercising while being isolated. Rafael Nadal posted a video on Sunday playing tennis with his sister in the garden of his house.

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Rafael Nadal plays tennis at home

In his latest video, Rafael Nadal was seen creatively using the chairs in his house as a net. Rafael Nadal and his sister Maria Bel play with tennis rackets. The siblings have been involved in rallies, which have featured several swings of volleys and even an unsuccessful Rafael Nadal tweener. There was one of those moments where Nadal used his hand to block a backhand from Maria Bel, but the two kept playing without stopping. It was Maria Bel who finally won the rally

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Donation from Rafael Nadal for the coronavirus

In addition to playing tennis at home, Rafael Nadal has spent time asking Spanish players to pay for charity to help victims of the coronavirus. A new Rafael Nadal donation project via the Red Cross as well as six times NBA All-Star Pau Gasol has been launched. Rafael Nadal’s donation initiative was launched with the aim of raising $ 12.07 million (€ 11 million) to help citizens during the coronavirus crisis.

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World number 1 Novak Djokovic recently offered to contribute to Rafael Nadal’s cause against the coronavirus by donating to Rafael Nadal’s fund to fight the coronavirus. Following the Serbian contribution, Rafael Nadal took to Twitter to express his gratitude to Novak Djokovic for his generous contribution.

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