Toni Nadal clashed Novak Djokovic for making another council
After the split of Djokovic from the ATP council, He decided to make a new organization of the players which is PTPA.
Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer ware the first to respond to The Serbian,
but Recently Toni Nadal joined to the debate and called this as selfishness from Djokovic.
“Not only do I share the opinion of some players that this is not the time to provoke a schism,”
“but I also cannot help but see a point of selfishness when some want to pursue only their own interests,” Toni said.
Rafael Nadal’s Uncle expressed his frustration from the PTPA
Also, The long time period coach of Rafa Nadal expressed that He is not happy at all with this.
“With this segregation, The Serbian (Novak) tries a better defense of the interests of the tennis players,”
“the economic ones, mainly. TO begin with, I read that in this new association the first 500 in singles”
“and the first 200 in doubles would be defended. Curious and arbitrary figure. It is very nice”
“to worry about such a high number, but wouldn’t it be better if we defended them all?” Toni added.
Toni Nadal seems really frustrated with the new organization of the PTPA and it would interesting to see who will be the next in line to defend or lash at the new association.
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Before that, Rafael Nadal in a respond to Djokovic He wrote on Twitter that it’s not good for Tennis.
“The world is living a difficult and complicated situation. I personally believe these are times to be calm”
“and work all of us together in the same direction. It is time for unity, not for separation.
And Roger Federer retweeted his rival tweet and agreed on the decision that the split is not good at all.
I agree @RafaelNadal. These are uncertain and challenging times, but I believe it’s critical for us to stand”
“united as players, and as a sport, to pave the best way forward.“