‘Looking forward to playing again with you my friend!,’ Rafael Nadal cannot hide his excitement to team up with Roger Federer for Laver Cup 2022

Rafael Nadal reacted to Roger Federer's post on social media, as the duo are confirmed for Laver Cup 2022.

Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal
Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal

Rafael Nadal, who is fresh off his Australian Open 2022 triumph will team up with Roger Federer for the Laver Cup 2022. Both players missed out on the tournament in 2021 due to injuries. However, with Nadal back from a foot injury and with Federer expected to return atleast for the final quarter of the season, they will team up once again for Team Europe.

Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer, popularly termed as Fedal played on the same team in 2017. Fans across the globe were treated to something they never thought they will ever witness. The duo were confirmed for the event on Thursday, as both players took to social media to announce the same.

Rafael Nadal reacted to Roger Federer’s post on Twitter, which announced their return to Laver Cup in 2022. Nadal’s comment read: “Roger, who books the practice court? You or me? looking forward to playing again with you my friend!,” wrote Nadal.

‘Fedal’ reunite once again for Laver Cup 2022

Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal
Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal

Team Europe have been dominant in Laver Cup so far, as they have won all four of the past events held in Boston. This year there will be a change in venue, as the 3-day mega event will be held in London from September 23-25, 2022.

The bromance between Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer at Laver Cup 2017 was simply a dream for every tennis fan out there. Now, five years apart, they reunite once again for the blockbuster event. The pairing of Nadal and Federer teamed up for doubles for one of the matches at Laver Cup in 2017. They won in the third set super tiebreaker, defeating the American pairing of John Isner and Jack Sock.

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