…Rafa has them. And he wasn’t happy to be called on them during his match against Almagro:
Translation by Inés (do not reproduce without her permission):
I can’t believe it Carlos.. I have gone only once for my towel the whole game. I can’t believe it, I am playing under pressure the whole time, I just can’t believe it.
Time? I am going at limit
What (do you mean) I can’t go for my towel?, I can’t play all game with pressure, man… enough!
I’m going all the time at limit, I’m going at 1000 per hour….. I’m playing with the eggs (balls) here all the time
(BTW, I turned into an annoying stop-watch person because I was curious if Rafa was being picked on, just skirting the time rules or really stretching things. For the set I timed, he averaged 28 seconds. I threw out times when the crowd was being annoying and/or there was some wind-sucking going on due to a lot of running. So, he wasn’t going too far if it had been an ATP match, but ITF rules state “A maximum of twenty (20) seconds shall elapse from the moment the ball goes out of play at the end of the point until the time the ball is struck for the first serve of the next point.” Almagro wasn’t exactly always timely, but his average was pretty close to the limit stated in the rules.)
You can also see this video here.