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F1 and MotoGP drivers surrender to Rafa Nadal for his victory

Rafael Nadal achieved his 21st Grand Slam this Sunday thanks to a spectacular comeback against Russian Daniil Medvedev. The Spaniard became the first tennis player in history to add so many trophies from the most important tournaments in the world, which include Roland Garros, Wimbledon, the United States Open and the Australian Open , the one he won most recently.

The world of sports fell at the feet of the manacorí after a recital on the hard track in Melbourne, and motor racing was no less. Several drivers and well-known personalities from the world of racing recognized the epic fight that Nadal led to take home victory in the final after more than five hours of play.

The eight-time motorcycling world champion, Marc Márquez , published a tweet in which he could not believe what the tennis player had done. His brother and fellow MotoGP rider, Alex , was attentive to the Majorcan’s blows in Australia, and expressed his support through a message on his personal Twitter account.


Raul Fernández , who will debut in the top category with the KTM-Tech 3 team in 2022, wanted to recognize what the tennis player achieved, and even described him as GOAT (best of all time).


In Formula 1, Carlos Sainz followed Nadal’s performance as the Márquez family, but he was not the only one, since Lando Norris, Nadal’s former teammate at McLaren, also left a simple and clear dedication.


Another Briton on the grid, the one who will be next to Lewis Hamilton in the W13 that Mercedes will present on February 18, George Russell also surrendered to what Rafa Nadal had achieved, as well as Pierre Gasly, who congratulated the tennis player for his 21st Grand Slam.


Already as a former pilot and enjoying a new life as a retired world champion, Nico Rosberg commented on the Balearic’s performance, highlighting his mentality and strength to overcome the hard blow of losing the second set when he was playing very well. Once the match in Australia was over, the German joined the avalanche of congratulations that Nadal was receiving for his demonstration of struggle and example to follow.


Pedro Martínez de la Rosa , the third Spanish driver in history to get on a Formula 1 podium, also wanted to publish his joy for one of the best athletes of all time, calling him a super hero at the time he was lifting The throphy.


Someone who spent a long time directing world motorsports, Jean Todt , was among the first to congratulate the man from Manacor, stating that “determination makes everything possible.”


The 35-year-old Spaniard acknowledged that he did not know if he could play professionally on the tennis circuit again, and after overcoming COVID-19, he made an entire country vibrate for one more Sunday.

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