Rafael Nadal has become a father!

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Rafael Nadal has become a father!

Rafael Nadal and María Perelló became parents. The son of the world number two and Xisca was born in Palma de Mallorca, in the city of the Spanish tennis player, in the afternoon: the child is called Rafael, just like his father.

Good news for the winner of two Grand Slam titles this season, after not easy months. If in the first part of the season, everything went the right way from a tennis point of view, the pregnancy of his wife gave another joy to the King of clay.

The speech, however, had become complicated in recent months, especially in the second part, when it arrived on US hard-courts. The stage of the Us Open was the most complicated in this sense. As the world number two returned to play Flushing Meadows, his wife had been forced to undergo surgery due to a complicated pregnancy.

The same problem that led Rafael Nadal to play only one Laver Cup match: at the end of September, the double with Roger Federer in the last match of the Swiss tennis player before the definitive retirement. Played that game, which ended in the tears of both, the Spaniard was forced to leave the tournament for personal reasons, later replaced by Cameron Norrie.

Now Paris-Bercy for Rafa

All good what ends well: Rafael Nadal witnessed the birth of his first child. A child who will have the burden of bearing the name of his father and of a great champion. Nadal, therefore, becomes the last member of the Big 3 to become a father: after Federer's four children and Djokovic's two, the latest champion also becomes a parent.

The number two in the world, on the other hand, now that he has tasted one of the greatest joys in the world, will fly back to Paris. This time, it's time to play for the first time this season on the indoor hard courts of Paris-Bercy, where the Spanish player is registered as second seed.

Rafae, meanwhile, could come back world no.1 by the end of the season, in a fight with his countryman Carlos Alcaraz.

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