Rafael Nadal will play his first match at the Nitto ATP Finals in Turin, Italy. He hopes that a change of scenery will help him get back to his best form.
I have never been to Turin before. That's great because, at the end of the day, it means we know more about the world, have more experiences to draw from, and have more fans to cheer for. He said that after 12 years in London, the event is being held for the second time in Northern Italy.
"London was great, but we'll never go back." Turin comes next. In Italy, you can expect a crowd of people who are very excited. So, I can't wait to watch the [Nitto ATP] Finals in beautiful Turin this year. "I hope that helps."
In 2022, Nadal got off to the best start of his career. He won 20 straight matches and broke a Grand Slam record at the Australian Open. But since the US Open, he has only played one tour-level singles match as he became a first-time dad and healed from some of the injuries he has been dealing with this season.