Rafael Nadal and his wife are expecting a baby?



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Rafael Nadal and his wife are expecting a baby?

Up to now, Rafael Nadal's year has been a real whirlwind of emotions for the Majorcan tennis player, who has experienced moments of absolute joy, such as the two victories in as many slams played, alternating with the great pain suffered for the injuries of which he suffered.

In terms of tennis, Nadal played an incredible season, having obtained a score of 30 wins out of 33 matches, which earned him two slams (Australian Open and his 14th career Roland Garros) and two other tournaments (the 250 in Melbourne and Acapulco), in addition to the final reached in Indian Wells.

The Spaniard also achieved a streak of 20 straight wins at the start of the year and amazed everyone with the results he achieved at the age of 36. The other side of the coin, however, were the injuries, which led to Nadal having many problems and pains to endure.

First the fracture in the rib remedied by Indian Wells, which forced him to stay away from the fields for almost two months, then the chronic foot problem, slowed down the race of the 22 times slam champion, which could have been even more triumphant given the almost total absence on clay (Nadal has played the tournaments in Rome and Madrid but at half service).

The umpteenth joy of 2022 for the Manacor tennis player may not concern the events on the pitch. According to Hola magazine, in fact, Nadal's partner, Mary "Xisca" Perelló, is pregnant, expecting the couple's first child.

The Spanish tennis player, engaged in an institutional demonstration in the Balearic Islands together with President Francina Armengo, preferred not to release any statement on the matter, postponing the day of truth to Friday 17th.

Nadal: "Being surrounded by family and friends helps me every day"

"This Friday," Nadal told reporters in reference to the press conference he called to talk about various issues such as his alleged paternity and his participation in Wimbledon.

The Spanish tennis player said he was proud of having received an award from the Balearic Islands, defined by Nadal as “with a special meaning” since it was received directly from his own land. Nadal also commented on the series of injuries that hit him this year.

“I've had more injuries than usual, but that made me appreciate the island more. Being surrounded by family and friends helps me on a daily basis. I appreciate the way I am treated here, with discretion," says the fresh Roland Garros winner.