Rafa Nadal Makes Significant Changes To The 2021 Tournament Schedule

Rafael Nadal

STARNBERG, January 26, 2021

The World’s no. 2 tennis player Rafael Nadal has made significant changes in his normal tournament schedule this year to accommodate several events. Nadal will appear for the ABN indoor tournament hosted in Rotterdam at the beginning of March. Fortunately for tennis lovers, you can use the betting tips at us-bookies.com to wager on the games at different top-rated bookies.

The tournament organizers themselves revealed the schedule change, supported by the tournament’s director and former Wimbledon Champion Richard Krajicek. Nadal last participated in the event in 2009, managing to reach the finals, although he lost to Britain’s Andy Murray in a match that ended with an injury. Currently, Nadal is preparing for his first Grand Slam tournament of the year in Adelaide at the Australian Open.

Last year, the great Spanish tennis player brought fans to their feet by recording his 13th French Open victory. This win allowed him to match Rodger Federer’s Grand Slam titles at 20 titles, although Rafa’s only other title win in 2020 was at the Mexican Open. Nonetheless, Rafa closed his 2020 season ranking as the World’s second-best player for the seventh time. 

Nadal’s luck on hard courts remained tough throughout the year, dropping out of the ATP Finals and Paris Masters – both titles he has never won. For this reason, the 34-year-old has a lot on his mind in the 2021 season. Besides changing his luck to succeed in hard courts, Rafa is looking forward to getting a Slam title outside France. Here’s a look at the games that the King of Clay is set to play in 2021:

Rafael Nadal’s 2021 Schedule

While this schedule is only provisional and can adjust to accommodate different circumstances, it looks like Rafa has his work cut out this year. 

  • Mexican Open – 15th March in Acapulco, Mexico (ATP 500)
  • Monte-Carlo Masters – 12th April in Roquebrune Cap-Martin, France (Masters 1000)
  • Barcelona Open – 19th April in Barcelona, Spain (ATP 500)
  • Madrid Open – 3rd May in Madrid, Spain (Masters 1000
  • Italian Open – 10th May in Rome, Italy (Masters 1000)
  • French Open – 24th to 31st May in Paris, France (Gland Slam)
  • The Wimbledon Championships – 28th June to 5th July in London, Great Britain (Grand Slam)
  • Tokyo Olympics – 26th July in Tokyo, Japan (Olympic games)
  • Canadian Masters – 9th August in Toronto (Masters 1000)
  • US Open – 30th August to 6th September in New York (Grand Slam)
  • Laver Cup – 20th September in Boston, US 
  • Paris Masters – 1st November in Paris (Masters 1000)
  • ATP Finals – 15th November in Turin, Italy 
  • Davis Cup – 22nd November in Madrid, Spain