Nadal dating

01-Nov-2019 18:24

It was an emotional moment for Rafael Nadal at the Australian Open in Melbourne on Monday as he reached his first Grand Slam quarterfinal since 2015.The occasion was made extra special by the presence of his long-time girlfriend - Maria Francisca Perello.Since then, however, he has lost to low-ranked opponents on each of his appearances.

Nadal's 6-1, 6-4, 7-6 (7/3) win against Khachanov on Centre Court equalled the Spaniard's personal record of 28 successive sets won at Grand Slams, a blistering streak dating back to this year's Australian Open final.

She's played the supportive tennis partner for many years so it was little surprise that Rafael Nadal's girlfriend Maria Francisca Perello looked devastated as he crashed out of Wimbledon.

Maria, known as Xisca, looked wholly disheartened as her tennis beau crashed after a dramatic, marathon five-set defeat to Gilles Muller on Monday.

Among it all he has now gone 28 sets without loss, dating back to his first-round win in Paris, and each one is taking him a step closer to what would be an incredibly tight semi-final against Andy Murray.'Karen is a tough opponent,' Nadal said.

'He is good on grass, but for a set and a half I played fantastic.

Nadal's 6-1, 6-4, 7-6 (7/3) win against Khachanov on Centre Court equalled the Spaniard's personal record of 28 successive sets won at Grand Slams, a blistering streak dating back to this year's Australian Open final.

She's played the supportive tennis partner for many years so it was little surprise that Rafael Nadal's girlfriend Maria Francisca Perello looked devastated as he crashed out of Wimbledon.

Maria, known as Xisca, looked wholly disheartened as her tennis beau crashed after a dramatic, marathon five-set defeat to Gilles Muller on Monday.

Among it all he has now gone 28 sets without loss, dating back to his first-round win in Paris, and each one is taking him a step closer to what would be an incredibly tight semi-final against Andy Murray.'Karen is a tough opponent,' Nadal said.

'He is good on grass, but for a set and a half I played fantastic.

The business administration graduate, who works for the Rafael Nadal Foundation, previously spoke about why it wouldn't be a good idea for her to be constantly on the road with Nadal, saying they probably wouldn't get on as well.'He needs his space when he is competing, and just the idea of me hanging around waiting on his needs all day wears me out. She stated that she has no interest in being photographed or going to high profile events with her partner, preferring to let him go alone so she can avoid the limelight.'I think Rafa would have chosen to be with a woman who looked for that in life,' she said, insisting that she doesn't even speak to her family much about him to protect his privacy.