Nadal’s fans can blow the joy whistle as he announced on Tuesday that he will compete in the Paris Masters next month denying his previous decision of not playing again this season.
Nadal has won record-extending 13th French Open title earlier this month defeating world number one Novak Djokovic at Roland Garros.
The current run date for the Paris Masters is scheduled to be on November 2-8 and any health rules to be implemented for the Paris Masters due to the coronavirus are yet to be announced
“It’s indoor season time… this picture was earlier today practicing at @rnadalacademy,” he posted on Twitter alongside a photo of him training.
“And yes… getting ready for #ParisBercy.”
It’s indoor season time… this picture was earlier today practicing at the @rnadalacademy … And yes… getting ready for #ParisBercy 😉💪🏻 pic.twitter.com/SajEB4JMEW— Rafa Nadal (@RafaelNadal) October 20, 2020
After moving level with Roger Federer on a men’s record 20 Grand Slam titles, Nadal said: “I don’t know what I’m going to do after Roland Garros.
“I can’t tell you if I’m going to play again or not in the next two months.”
Nadal has never won the Paris Masters in his career.
He pulled out before a scheduled semi-final against Denis Shapovalov at Bercy in 2019