Rafa Nadal, visibly worried just before becoming a father: "It's been a difficult year"

  • Rafa Nadal and Mery Perelló go through “complicated moments” days before the birth of their son


  • The hospital admission of the tennis player’s wife a few weeks ago became a matter of concern for the couple

Rafa Nadal and Mery Perelló are about to become parents. The couple, who married in October 2019 after fifteen years of dating, count the days to face their debut in fatherhood. A not so sweet wait in the wake of some complications of which neither the tennis player nor his wife have wanted to give details.

It all started with the admission of the future mother in a private clinic in Palma de Mallorca when she had just completed the 31st week of pregnancy. As reported at the time by Diario de Palma, Perelló had to undergo an intervention on the recommendation of his medical team to “avoid complications”.

Mery Perelló’s problems during her pregnancy

Shortly after, La Razón confirmed that Mery, who is following “absolute rest”, it should stay logged in for a while. Moreover, if she was discharged, they recommended that she not return to her usual residence in Porto Cristo to be as close as possible to the hospital in case you need immediate attention.

All these inconveniences also coincided with Rafa Nadal being away from his island on the occasion of his participation in the United States Open, from where he assured that his wife “is fine”. However, in a press conference that he gave before returning to Spain, the crack of Spanish sport could not avoid express your concern.

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“On a personal level, I am in a situation that is important to me and I have to manage everything”, assumed. Now, already in our country, the Majorcan is focused on, as he said a few days ago, “trust that everything goes well”something on which he insisted this September 20 when he collected the Camino Real award from the hands of King Felipe VI, an award given by the Franklin Institute of the University of Alcalá de Henares, in Madrid, for his “projection of the image of Spain in United States”.

This is how Rafa Nadal faces his “complicated” debut in fatherhood

There, with the recognition already with him, Rafa Nadal has recognized that this last year “is being different”. He has also described it as “complicated”, since, “beyond the injuries”, the “personal and family news” that he has had to faceBefore the birth of what will be his first child, they have given both him and his wife “joys, but also difficult moments”.

The king thanks Nadal for being "one of the best ambassadors" of Spain at the 5th Camino Real Award ceremony

The king thanks Nadal for being “one of the best ambassadors” of Spain at the 5th Camino Real Award ceremony

“That’s why receiving recognition like today’s is a joy. The intention is to continue carrying the name of Spain around the world and continue competing,” he concluded his acceptance speech. Very moved and grateful for the praise he received at this event, the tennis player headed back to his homeland, Mallorca, as the couple has “assumed” that the pregnancy will not come to term and that the child will be premature.

Source: www.divinity.es

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