Nadal News 2.0

I've just finished mine a few minutes ago and is pretty much the same one like on that picture and I think Rafa is sponsored by some manufacturer of prosciutto. I think Octobrina knows it better than me.:)
Rafa will earn 1.4 million euros in 2 years to promote Spanish food products in the international marketing campaign by Spain's agri-food industry - "Born in Spain. Admired in the World."
EL Pais, March 30, 2015: ¤¤ Nadal ganará 1,4 millones en dos años por promocionar alimentos españoles. ¤¤
http://economia.elpais.com/economia/2015/03/30/actualidad/1427726521_548241.html
Translated into English:
https://www.facebook.com/Rafaholics/posts/908636429158026
 
Rafa will earn 1.4 million euros in 2 years to promote Spanish food products in the international marketing campaign by Spain's agri-food industry - "Born in Spain. Admired in the World."
EL Pais, March 30, 2015: ¤¤ Nadal ganará 1,4 millones en dos años por promocionar alimentos españoles. ¤¤
http://economia.elpais.com/economia/2015/03/30/actualidad/1427726521_548241.html
Translated into English:
https://www.facebook.com/Rafaholics/posts/908636429158026
Thanks.
 
So so insightful interview.....RAFA knows exactly why he lost. just as I said.....played too timid in 1st set. should have won the 1st set. it would have been Routine straight set victory for RAFA and talking about how he looks so good and possibly winning the aussie open. Instead the Trolls are talking Rafa retirement.................
 
So so insightful interview.....RAFA knows exactly why he lost. just as I said.....played too timid in 1st set. should have won the 1st set. it would have been Routine straight set victory for RAFA and talking about how he looks so good and possibly winning the aussie open. Instead the Trolls are talking Rafa retirement.................
Stop. Nadal is terrible right now and he should forget about winning any big tournament unless he gets a new coach, and progresses quickly. Even that is unlikely. He is not even fun to watch anymore, so it doesn't even matter. It's not entertaining. If you watch the USO 13, AO 2009, USO 2010 you can see exactly what makes him entertaining in terms of his tennis and mentality. I'm being objective. Nadal is declining fast and it is largely his fault for being so reluctant to even consider a coaching change. So why cheer for him? It's not 2010 or 2013 anymore, but he doesn't realize it.
 
Stop. Nadal is terrible right now and he should forget about winning any big tournament unless he gets a new coach, and progresses quickly. Even that is unlikely. He is not even fun to watch anymore, so it doesn't even matter. It's not entertaining. If you watch the USO 13, AO 2009, USO 2010 you can see exactly what makes him entertaining in terms of his tennis and mentality. I'm being objective. Nadal is declining fast and it is largely his fault for being so reluctant to even consider a coaching change. So why cheer for him? It's not 2010 or 2013 anymore, but he doesn't realize it.
who would he hire that can really really help him ? and I mean really help him to win another major........ otherwise it is no help at all. SO I ask you. Which Coach out there can bring Nadal another major championship ??????????????????
 
Ok, I will bite. so What would Agassi bring that will get RAFA that one more major ??
Well, french open is Nadal's best bet and Agassi has won it. Also, he has experience with winning slams in the latter part of his career(after age 30) and is an intelligent recently retired player who can motivate Rafa kinda like what Lendl did with Murray.
 
Well, french open is Nadal's best bet and Agassi has won it. Also, he has experience with winning slams in the latter part of his career(after age 30) and is an intelligent recently retired player who can motivate Rafa kinda like what Lendl did with Murray.
Agassi gets my vote as well. A pro who's been in Nadal's shoes... From the precipice of retirement to getting his s*** together and playing the best tennis of his career. Nadal needs Agassi.
 
Ok, I will bite. so What would Agassi bring that will get RAFA that one more major ??
Agassi was notorious for hugging the baseline and playing aggressive (especially on returns.) He could help Rafa learn to get comfortable playing from a better position than 10 feet behind the line. Also Agassi was able to come back after being seemingly done, so he could probably help him with the mental stuff that goes along with that as well. Bonus- maybe Steffi could swing by and teach Rafa how to hit a better serve and slice ;)
 
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