Here is the noticeable tennis news around the world in the middle of July 2020.
Davis Cup was canceled, Nadal was disappointed
In the Marca newspaper, the Spanish tennis player could not hide his sadness when the Davis Cup world-famous men’s teammate will not be held this year because of the Covid-19 pandemic. Last season, Nadal and Spain won the Davis Cup 2019 in a new format. The Davis Cup tournament is expected to move to 2021, from November 22-28.
Kim Clijsters is determined to return
Even when the Covid-19 pandemic caused most major tennis tournaments to be canceled or postponed until the end of June. The World Team Tennis tournament, a gathering of male and female players playing alternately, will be an opportunity for Clijsters to mark their return. Actually, this is the second re-appearance of this 37-year-old player. She retired in 2007 due to a series of injuries.
Roger Federer just took part in a daring campaign
Roger Federer just took part in a daring campaign as he embarked on one of the most heavily affected locations of the Covid-19 pandemic.
Roger Federer recently traveled to Italy’s Liguria region to film a new TV commercial for Barilla, the world’s largest pasta maker, with estimated sales of $ 3.7 billion. This is a famous brand that “Express Train” has cooperated for a long time and he received a lot of revenue from this good business relationship.
Nadal expanded his school to world-class
On his Instagram page, Rafael Nadal happily showed off a photo of a busy construction site to expand his own Tennis Training Academy in his home town of Manacor (Spain). According to Tennis World USA, the world’s No. 2 tennis player expects this school to grow to a world-class level in developing the young talents of global tennis in the near future.
Rafael Nadal Tennis Academy in the town of Manacor (Mallorca Island, Spain) is in the process of upgrading and repairing. His tennis training academy when the expansion is completed will have 9 outdoor hard courts, 15 outdoor clay courts (7 of which will be built by 2021), 4 indoor hard courts, 7 covered clay courts, 1 football field, swimming pool, and many other facilities.