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Rafael Nadal explains why He doesn’t have Children yet

Rafael Nadal explains why He doesn't have Children yet
Rafael Nadal explains why He doesn't have Children yet
Written by Tennis Shot

The Spaniard Rafa Nadal opened up about why He decided not to have children yet.

The famous couple of Rafa and Xisca do not yet have any children, which something Nadal has opened about in the past.

After being 15 years together, Rafa and Xisca decided to get married on October 2019.

The wedding took place at a luxury seaside estate in Majorca, Spain, called La Fortaleza.

regarding the children subject the Spaniard told Marca about his thoughts about kids…

“It’s not something that just depends on you. I love children and I would like to form part of a family,” Rafa said.

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Rafael Nadal reveals about his love to Children and will not wait more years.

Moreover, Rafa explained his situation to the media that He could be retiring at this time, but He is still competing.

“I keep my commitment with tennis and my happiness.”

“I enjoy both in tennis and outside it. yes I have a wife too and I am not alone to take decisions.

“You have to suit situations. Having family? I don’t know, things are not easy to be predicted”

“At this age, I thought that I would have already been a former player and that I would have started a family.”

Nadal, though, has also said he is open to the idea of having children in the near future.

“If I didn’t see myself playing tennis… then possibly, I could have had children before,” he told ATP Tour.

“At the age we are now we’re not going to wait five years,” Rafa added

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Rafael Nadal expresses his motivation in the Clay court Season in Corona time.

Before the disappointment in Rome against Schwartzman, Rafael Nadal believed that it’s very important to feel competitive
and to fight for the win then goals come.

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“[My] expectation is to always go on court and try to feel competitive,”

“That’s the first goal. Go on court, feel [that I’m] competitive.

“And then I will see how I feel and what kind of goals I can look for,” The Spaniard closed.