NEW DELHI: In context of Davis Cup, Rafael Nadal has made a statement stating that it is matter of pride for Spain. The five-time champions overwhelmed the competition somewhere around 2000 and 2011, winning all their five titles in this period other than being losing finalists in 2003 and 2012.
Presently mulling a rung beneath the World Group throughout the previous two years, one can see the urgency in them as they hope to get again into the major association. Rafael Nadal+ has 14 Grand Slam crowns to his name and a stuffed timetable in the second 50% of the year subsequent to coming back from damage yet had no faltering in flying over from New York to New Delhi after a lamentable five-set misfortune in US Open to play the Davis Cup tie.
Marc Lopez and Feliciano Lopez as of now have the current year's French Open duplicates title to their name and brought the same flight with Nadal in the wake of losing in the US Open semi-finals.
Rafa was prepared to turn out in singles, duplicates and blended copies in the Rio Olympics for the nation and was the first to answer the call for Davis Cup.
"Each player has his own staff calendar and participating in a competition relies on upon the individual's wellbeing. I want to speak to my nation at whatever point conceivable whether it's Olympics or Davis Cup. This time there is additional inspiration to move into World Group," Nadal said in the development to the playoff against India starting Friday. "I have been playing Davis Cup since I was 17. There have been such a large number of extraordinary minutes particularly every one of the finals we have played, some we won and others we lost," the 30-year-old included.
Marc, Nadal's duplicates accomplice in their gold decoration winning keep running in Rio, echoes his partner's sentiments. "Olympics was certainly tiring and we had a long battle at US Open too. In any case, I am upbeat to be a piece of an extraordinary group of companions," Marc said.