"Someday some misfortune may occur," he explained. Rafael Nadal after that, celebrating his triumph in the second round of Roland Garros, a cable hit his right arm. The cable was one of the four that hold a camera that allows television to approach the players in the central court of Paris.
The incident was not major, but Nadal He assured that "some day a misfortune may occur" and took the opportunity to criticize other cameras that turn the court into a Big Brother studio. "There are so many contraptions that some misfortune can occur. There is no need for him to be so close, "said the Spaniard after defeating the Argentine Juan Ignacio Londero by 6-2, 6-3 and 6-3.
The Balearic tennis player recalled that, in his first game of this year, he hit his head with the camera destined to record the departure of the players to the track: "I did not open my head by miracle, I have a slit. These things are very important, but those who do sometimes forget that we are playing there, that we are professionals and we are in the middle, "he said.