Rafael Nadal admits that the coronavirus ‘has exceeded us all’. From Mallorca, Spain, the tennis player tries to adapt to a situation that is also new to him and that keeps him busy and concerned.
The Spanish tennis player Rafael Nadal expressed his concern about the “disasters” that the coronavirus pandemic is causing worldwide and hoped that, “little by little”, we will be able to get out of a situation that is leading to “extreme circumstances” .
During his participation as ambassador in “LaLiga Santander Fest”, the solidarity macro-concert that aims to raise funds for the fight against COVID-19, world tennis number two explained from his home in Manacor (Mallorca) -where he remains confined- that he is trying adapt to a situation that is also new to him and that has “surpassed” everyone.
“I see it as everyone, first with concern to see all the disasters that we see every day on television and adapting to this new circumstance for all that has surpassed us, I think,” he explained when asked by the presenters of the event about the repercussions of the pandemic.
On the confinement decreed in many countries to stop the expansion of the coronavirus, he stated: “The reality is that, like all the changes in this life, it is necessary to adapt and it takes time, and hopefully it does not give to adapt completely and that little little by little we are leaving this virus that is taking us to extreme circumstances. “