Rafael Nadal, Novak Djokovic Play Tennis At A Glacier [Video]
by Tom Gainey | November 23rd, 2013
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As part of their South American exo tour, the top two in tennis, Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic, brought their rivalry to the Perito Moreno Glacier in Argentina yesterday.

This little mini-tennis event called “Tennis in the Millenary Ices” was sponsored by the Argentina’s National Institute of Touristic Promotion.

Djokovic, who beat Nadal earlier in the week in Chile, will play Nadal tomorrow in Buenos Aires.


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7 Comments for Rafael Nadal, Novak Djokovic Play Tennis At A Glacier [Video]

Tennis X Hippy Chic Says:

Lovely scenery but brrr looks bloody cold,and to think footballers run around when its p*ssing it down with rain,and snowing heaven high,still they all get paid handsomely for the privalege.


Okiegal Says:

Coooool, they seem to be having great time. Good for them!!! As I have said before….too bad their fans don’t get along as good as they do….so it seems.


Tennis X Hippy Chic Says:

Okiegal ive always found Courbon,Patson,and Mat4 to be very fair minded and objective Nole fans,likewise abscent friends like Jane,Wogboy,Harry and Duro,although its a shame that they are not posting,and i would like to think that they would have a change of heart at some point.


Slice Tennis Says:

I don’t think there is a lot of friction between rafans and nole fans.

May be in 2011 there were some issues when nole fans were a bit more arrogant (thinking that he will dominate forever) and rafa fans were bitter (because nole was the first one – only one till now – to beat rafa at his best).

I think nowadays there is mutual respect from both the sides.

But of course there are trouble making hooligans who bad mouth rafa in the name of nole fans. We all know whose fans they actually are and what they want from nole.


Patson Says:

Enjoyed every bit of it. It’s nice to see the players get along with each other when they are off-court. Tennis as a sport benefits when the sport has good ambassadors. The future tennis players will grow up idolizing Rafa, Nole, Roger, Andy , Delpo etc. The lesson here is that you can be friends off-court and rivals on-court.


Okiegal Says:

@ Hippy Chic

I totally agree. I realize it isn’t everyone. There are likeminded people on here, we all know who. I prefer to post and be as kind as possible. But I do get my hackles up on occasion. It is nice that they can come together for charities and the fans.

Vamos Rafa!!


Sivaji Says:

World No.1 Rafael Nadal proved why he held the top spot as he beat second-seeded Novak Djokovic at an exhibition tennis match here. The Spaniard defeated his Serbian rival in two sets, 6-4, 7-5, as part of a relaxed joke and humour-filled match watched by more than 12,000 spectators here Sunday, reports Xinhua.

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