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COVID-19: Rafael Nadal frustrated, Roger Federer recovering happily

Mid-Day Wednesday, 22 April 2020
Rafael Nadal on Monday expressed his frustration that tennis players remain unable to practise due to the coronavirus pandemic, while Roger Federer revealed he was happy with his recovery from knee surgery. The Spanish government has extended the country's state of alarm until May 9, with the entire population confined to their...
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News video: For once, Nadal found wanting as he is flummoxed by Instagram

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Rafael Nadal struggles to get in touch with Roger Federer and Andy Murray during Instagram live chat.

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