To sum-up: golf called off due to rain, rumors that Rafa will play in Buenos Aries next year on the rise, and Rafa got a check-up. Also, in case you’ve already forgotten, the Necker Cup was a hecka lotta fun.
Nice video about the Olazábal & Nadal Invitational. Looks so lovely there.
Posted by cronicagolf (thanks for the link, Inéz).
A lot of the golf articles are pretty darn similar, but they had different photos, so…
El equipo de Nadal manda sobre el de Olazábal – via marca.com. Seems Rafa’s team leads the golf tournament after the first day, but Rafa is not playing due to receiving treatment on his knee. (mangle)
El equipo de Nadal aventaja al de Olazábal en el torneo de golf benéfico – via ultimahora.es
I could stare and click for hours:
I find this graphical display of Rafa’s record (on serve) for 2013 to be totally fascinating. It’s such a unique way to lay out the data and manages to give you a really quick feel for how dominant or tight Rafa’s service games were in a match. (They are working on the return games next.) Plus, the code used to create the display behind it is interesting to me too! (Although,
Also known as the Happy ThanksRafaGivingEverybodyGuys lint edition.
Best Grand Slam Matches Of 2013 – Nos. 3-5 – via atpworldtour.com. #4 on the list is Rafa vs. Novak in the US Open final.
Nadal had missed last year’s US Open due to a knee injury and called it “very, very emotional” to return and win the title. “Probably only my team knows how much means for me,”
Naughty cousins, 2013 retrospectives and people really can’t get over Rafa and Nole having fun in Argentina – today’s lint.
Tomás Correa Arce is a freelance photographer based in Buenos Aires, Argentina who mainly shoots live music. This past weekend, however, he turned his photographic eye to tennis. I saw some of his photos on twitter and asked him if he’d mind if I shared them via the site. He kindly agreed and sent along a few extras. If you like them, please give him a thanks via Twitter and give his website a look – there’s some wonderful concert photography there.
It was another smile-filled day in Argentina: from an exhibition to penalty kicks, it was a fun day.
Tomorrow is the last of the South American exhibitions. I have to say, I wasn’t sure it was wise when Rafa added all these to his schedule, but from all the smiles, it’s clear he’s having a great time. I’m always sure that’s a good thing.
Some press photos from today’s exhibition match in Buenos Aires. Looks like a good time was had by all.
Nadal de diamante – via marca.com. Here’s the English version: Nadal sparkling on diamond anniversary
Nalbandian derrotó a Nadal en su partido despedida en Córdoba – via teniscourt.com.ar. You must click through to see cute baby photo. (mangle)
Rafael Nadal: “Tengo dudas y temores como toda persona que no es arrogante” – short interview via latercera.com (mangle)
David Nalbandian derrotó a Rafael Nadal en su partido de despedida – via
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