Novak Djokovic and Rafael Nadal Salsa Dancing on a Tennis Court in Bogota [Video]
by Tom Gainey | March 23rd, 2011, 3:25 pm

This video post is a few days late, but still worth the post. A day after playing in the BNP Paribas Indian Wells final, Novak Djokovic and Rafael Nadal boarded a plane for Bogota where the top two players in tennis put on an exhibition for the Colombian fans.

Nadal reversed the Indian Wells result by winning the match 76, 63.

“Many thanks for the warm welcome you have given us. The exhibition was great!” Nadal said on his website.

On Facebook, Djokovic added, “Everybody,check out this unbelievable atmosphere in exhibition match between Rafa and me. It was very loud,absolutely incredible experience.Thank you Colombia,Thank you Bogota.”

Here’s some of the fun atmosphere from the event which includes footage of Nadal and Djokovic dancing the Salsa on the tennis court.

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2 Comments for Novak Djokovic and Rafael Nadal Salsa Dancing on a Tennis Court in Bogota [Video]

tina Says:

I think it’s terrific that both – Rafa and Novak decided to play an exhibition match in Colombia – just a day after they played their final. Great example of these world champions mixing sports, fun and great camaraderie.
I am also amazed at the many events, Novak is participating – this guy is incredible – he and his team win the Davis Cup, then he goes on to win the Australian GS, wins Dubai, wins over Roger for the 3rd time in a row, wins final over Nadal in IW – their friendly hug is endearing, by the way – makes the HEAD ad with playing on the wings on an airplane, plays another match with Rafa and dances salsa – in between, helps organize the Relief for Japan and attends the soccer match and dinner – with all the flying around and press conferences in between, just amazing. Out of all this, what I like the best about it is that he was most compelled to do something about contributing to relief efforts for Japan and his camaraderie with Nadal, Murray etc.. I think his relationship with Federer is good and cordial, but Nadal and Murray are closer to his age and it’s great to see the wonderful giving spirit. By the way, I am glad he mentioned Harrison as one of the great upcoming players, I think he is the next US star tennis player.

Mytennis Says:

Great of both players.Those people in Colombia has very rare opportunity to see top class players playing in their country.

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