Nadal wins Sportsmanship Award for fifth year

Rafael Nadal He will always remember 2021 as a gray year, marked especially by a left foot injury that has kept him off the slopes for months. The titles of the Count of Godó and the 1,000 Masters of Rome shed some light, successes to which now the honor of receiving the Sportsmanship Award from the ‘ATP Awards’ awarded by the men’s circuit every year at the end of the season. The Spaniard receives this award for the fourth consecutive year, but in total he has achieved it five times since he won it for the first time in 2010. The award, also called Stefan Edberg, recognizes fair play, professionalism and integrity on and off the court.

“I couldn’t be happier to once again receive the Sportsmanship Award from my teammates on the circuit. It means a lot to me, so thank you very much to all the players who think I am the one to receive this award. Honestly, it means a lot to me because I try to always be correct on the track. Thank you for believing in me and I wish the best for the 2022 season to all my teammates on the circuit. I hope to see you soon, “Nadal said as a sign of appreciation in statements granted by the ATP.

Without a doubt, a reason to smile and leave behind the ghosts that have accompanied him for much of the year in the form of injuries. Once the Abu Dhabi exhibition tournament, where Nadal will close his participation this Saturday, it will be time to look towards a Australian Open (January 17-30) which is just around the corner. And there will be reasons to believe …

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