Nadal Conquered Journalists At A Press Conference Australian Open

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January 17, 2022
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At the press conference of the australian open tennis tournament, organized after the match of raphael nadal, there was a curious and funny case at the same time. Spaniard eventually conquered all those present.

Nadal Conquered Journalists At A Press Conference Australian Open

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January 14, one of the four tournaments of the grand slam started – australian open championship in tennis. Spanish tennis player rafael nadal won his first match in this championship, odole zames dakworth in three sets with a score of 6: 4, 6: 3, 7: 5. After the victory, rafael took part in the traditional press conference, on which he answered journalists with hunt. But the most interesting were not the answers of the eminent athlete, but his reaction to the circumstances.

The spaniard noted that one of the media workers fell asleep (they turned out to be the italian reporter kaldo scanagattu) and the expression of the face pointed to all those present in the hall on him. And then said the phrase: «not very interesting today».

It caused a wave of laughter in the hall, because of which the journalist woke up and, realizing what was the matter, trid to justify the word «jetlag». Baldo meant the term denoting the shift syndrome of time zones, due to which some people happen insomnia or vice versa.

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Tennis player reassured italian:

«Nothing terrible i know you closed your eyes to better understand what i say».

Australian matthew ebden will be the next opponent of the 17-fold rival. Rafael nadal won the australian championship, but it was back in 2009.

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