Rafael Nadal Fuels Fight Without Hint

Rafael Nadal—the Spanish Star—recently won his match against Grigor Dimitrov to match closer to his ATP Tour title. Croft, who was watching the match felt like praising Nadal’s volleys and talked about it in the post-match interview. This is where things took the wrong turn.

Annabel Croft

Croft continues to defend Nadal’s technique and said that he has perfect positioning on the court which helps his volleys a lot. For some reason, Rusedski seemed to be denying Croft’s statement. Greg and Croft have been known for their childish and unnecessary arguments but this was a little different.

While Greg did not want to admit it, Nadal’s game was enthralling enough to make him utter words in favor of Croft. Greg Rusedski tried his best to go along but he just needed to oppose it. Rusedski denied the comments of Miles Maclagan—who was also present in the studio and partnering with Croft on her valid points.

After fighting two to one for a while, Greg finally decided to become mature for once and agreed with his partners at the studio. It is quite embarrassing for a sport of such massive following that two key personnel keep fighting each other like children over matters that are literally of no concern.

Nadal Wins French Open: Loses Humility!

Rafael Nadal may know a lot about winning games, but he sure needs to learn a thing or two about being humble.

We all know the great form the Spaniard has been in recently. The prodigy, however, seems to be losing hold of his humility—a characteristic he had previously been known for. He recently won his 10th French Open with style. During his post-match speech, he went on to brag about his “unprecedented” success.

If that is not enough to rip his fake persona of humbleness apart, the Spaniard even had the audacity to imply that he was ‘the one’ to achieve the feat. Things like these are well understood, and other players don’t need a reminder of what you’ve done with your career.

With his 10th French Open, Nadal has won his fifteenth major title. This is certainly not the first incident where he showcased his arrogance though. Only recently in April 2017, Nadal bashed a 20-year old German—Alexander Zverve—for wanting to compete with him. Instead of inspiring the young athlete, he called him “strange”, just because Alexander had lost to Nadal thrice in the past.

He sure may be an icon in the court, but outside of it, fame and success have made him lose humility.