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‘Rafael Nadal is one of the players that…’, says ATP star

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One of the most interesting revelations at the ATP Buenos Aires tournament is the Indian tennis player Sumit Nagal. These, he beat in the Argentine tournament terraioli of excellent level as Sousa and above all Christian Garin and today the chance to access the semifinals of the tournament is played against the Spaniard Ramos Vinolas.

Not many know Nagal at a tennis level, known above all for his proximity, only in terms of surnames, with the tennis legend and current number two in the world Rafael Nadal. The 23-year-old tennis player is well known in the Indian community, but in general when tennis fans see his name on the scoreboard they immediately check that it is not a mistake caused by the similarity with the winner of 20 Spanish Grand Slam titles.

Thanks to these successes, in particular the victory against Garin, the Indian tennis player has guaranteed greater visibility and today in Buenos Aires he will play his first career quarter-finals in an ATP tournament. Sumit Nagal is currently number 150 in the world.

Sumit Nagal’s last name is often mistaken for that of Spanish tennis legend Rafael Nadal. And Nagal, while flattered by the comparison, feels that it makes very little sense. And in an interview with Argentinean website Ole, Nagal spoke about the comparisons to Rafael Nadal and how they amuse him.

Sumit Nagal on his passion for Rafael Nadal
“They can’t compare me to Rafael Nadal,” Sumit Nagal said. “He is a phenomenon on and off the court. Those who compare me (to him) amuse me because it doesn’t make any sense.”

The 23-year-old revealed that the 13-time French Open champion and former World No. 3 David Ferrer are his biggest role models when it comes to tennis. “I love watching Rafael Nadal play,” Nagal said. “He is one of the players that I see play the most, but I also loved to appreciate every movement of David Ferrer – how he moved, his shots, his mentality, how hungry he was, his competitive instinct.

Everything. They are my top two idols.” The Indian has been based in Europe for the past few years now, and has developed a strong affinity to red dirt. “Seven years ago, I went one summer (to Germany) to play Inter-clubs and since then, I have become fond of the surface.

It is my favorite surface,” Nagal said. With Europe seeing a fresh surge in coronavirus cases and with a new mutant strain of the pathogen driving the spike in Britain, many fear that the Wimbledon and the French Open may be delayed or canceled altogether.

However, the newly appointed general manager of the French Tennis Federation has sought to dispel any fears around the French Open this year.

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‘I Don’t Shop a lot’: Serena Williams On Her Three Wardrobe Essentials

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How would you describe your style?
A hint of classic with lots of trends, I like to mix the two. I love trends but I also like to have a classic silhouette, or elements of it – a shoulder or a waistline – to tone it down a little bit.

Do you have a favourite designer?
I love so many but I’d have to go with Gucci and Chanel.

What’s your favourite fashion era?
I’m obsessed with the ’80s – so wild.

What’s the oldest thing in your wardrobe?
A blue, beaded Valentino gown from the ’90s I wore for the Laureus [World Sports] Awards. It’s the first designer piece I bought and I don’t have the heart to get rid of it. It’s a classic.

“I’m really good at the natural look – not much make-up, messy hair. When I am over-styled I always look overdone and older.”
And the most recent addition?
I don’t shop a lot, maybe once a year. In Paris back in October I bought a few things from Gucci – sweaters, bags, dresses … Actually, I bought a lot! I just hung out in the store and got some cool things. They’re always really nice to me so it was fun to get an opportunity to be there.

What would you wear …… on a first date?
A dress, or jeans and a top with a low neckline. Always heels, unless it’s a smaller individual.
… on a plane? Some leggings from my collection, S by Serena. They’re cosy and comfortable, perfect for travelling. Plus an ATM sweater and Nike sneakers.

… to the Oscars? In 2019 I wore this beautiful Armani Privé gown. I’d worn Versace a lot – I have a good relationship with Donatella and I love her – but I was thinking, “What do I wear? What can I do different?” A lot of things came up, and then there was Giorgio and it was clear. We were excited to do something together.

What are the three essential items in your wardrobe?
A pouch or smaller bag that I can fit my essentials in, something I can throw into a cross-body or shoulder bag, because when you have a kid it’s hard to handle everything! Plus my S by Serena leggings and red lipstick.

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Fans Are Apologising To Maria Sharapova After Sachin’s Tweet. Here’s Why

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Yesterday, hundreds of Indian fans apologized to the star, for ridiculing her in the past (2014, to be exact) when she had stated she didn’t know cricketer Sachin Tendulkar.

And what brought about this change of heart? Well, Sachin himself… or rather, his tweet.


And to make it clear that they had, indeed, lost faith in the ‘God of Cricket’, Sachin’s fans took to social media to apologize to Sharapova for their earlier outburst.

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