Rafael Nadal to Open Restaurant with Cristiano Ronaldo in the Middle East

Football great Cristiano Ronaldo has announced on his official Instagram handle that he’ll open a new restaurant ‘Totó’ in the Middle East with Mabel Hospitality along with tennis star Rafael Nadal and other sportspersons, the likes of Pau Gasol, and Rudy Fernandez.

On his Instagram post, Ronaldo announced the news with the caption: “I present my favorite Italian restaurant in Madrid: ‘Toto’. And so also in the Middle East.”

Nadal and his partners Manuel Campos Guallar and Abel Matutes Prats started a restaurant business back in 2014 by opening ‘Tatel’ in Madrid. Tatel has now expanded to Beverly Hills, Ibiza, and Doha. Along with these places, Tatel will also open in Dubai this year. Also Read: “It’s Unbelievable,” Bjorn Borg On Rafael Nadal’s Training Routine

Top coach Says Rafael Nadal Still Has a Lot of Desire 

Rafael Nadal sustained a grade 2 iliopsoas injury in the second round of this year’s Australian Open. To recover from this hip injury, he announced taking rest till he recovers from the injury.

He suffered the injury in the second set against Mackenzie McDonald in a 6-4, 6-4, 7-5 defeat. Owing to this injury, the 36-year-old has withdrawn from the upcoming ATP tournaments in Doha and Dubai. Although nothing is certain at the moment, the 22-time Grand Slam winner will try to get back on the court at Indian Wells in March. Also Read: Novak Djokovic Expected To Miss Out Indian Wells List

Coach Juan Carlos Ferrero has hailed the World No.6 for still having that desire to win the Grand Slam titles this year. “Rafa and Djokovic have earned to be there, you can’t exclude them. Of course, I also give the others a chance. Tsitsipas, Zverev, Rublev, Medvedev, who always gives the level,” Ferrero said in an interview with Clay Tennis.

There are many with options to lift a Grand Slam title, but Rafa and Novak is impossible to take them out of the equation. As he has said, [Nadal] still has a lot of desire and I think it is the physical that will set the limits,” he added. Also Read: Carlos Alcaraz Registers 1st Win At Argentina Open After Injury 

If Rafael Nadal doesn’t defend his Mexican crown, he will lose 500 points. And if he withdraws from the Indian Wells, the first Masters 1000, starting March 6, he will lose 600 points.

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