‘Not Sure He Knows How To..’ – Rafael Nadal’s Quirky Social Media Shenanigans Leaves Fans in Splits as the Spaniard Unveils an Entirely Different Side

Published 11/08/2023, 9:47 PM EST

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Rafael Nadal has great abilities, which have helped him out numerous times on the court. Although his injuries came in often, his technical abilities have helped him out of several tough spots. However, his technical mindset in tennis does not translate to other areas. His struggles with technology are known by his fans and recently came to light once again. Since then, the fans cannot hold back their laughter!

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The last time fans remembered Rafa’s issues with technology was in 2022. The Spaniard had set up a meeting with fans but couldn’t interact with them initially due to technical issues. He was noticeably saddened but cheered up after the problems were cleared. After a long time, we see his confusion pop up once again.

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While the Spaniard is out due to injury, he constantly provides updates to his fans through his social media. He often shares videos of him exercising for recovery, which his fans have seen many times now. However, the Spaniard had some confusion this time around and ended up tagging himself in his own Instagram story. His fans found the situation hilarious and shared their reactions on Reddit.

One user said that Nadal using different means of communication will always end up becoming hilarious.

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One fan of Rafa joked that the King of Clay wouldn’t know he had exercised if he hadn’t tagged himself.

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A user said that they loved him while saying that it was unintentionally a hilarious act.

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The machine Rafa used looked as if it had a complex working system. Thus, a fan said that they weren’t sure the Spaniard could operate the machine any better than his phone.

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One fan said that Nadal was looking forward to exchanging tags with them.

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All in all, Nadal is technologically challenged, as he tagged himself on his own Instagram story. However, we have seen many such instances in the past which corroborate the claim.

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When Rafa had troubles with technology

Earlier in 2022, the 22-time grand slam champion took part in the ‘Fanjolt Exclusive Live!’ show. However, there were some technical issues, and Rafa asked his fans if they could keep moving on because he struggles with technology. When fans were unable to communicate with him, a despondent Nadal said, “Nobody wants to talk with me?

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The issues were eventually resolved, and the King of Clay was able to talk to his fans. In another instance, when COVID-19 wreaked havoc on the world, Nadal held an Instagram live session and had difficulties inviting Andy Murray and Roger Federer. His struggles with technology only make his fans adore him more, and will likely keep their love alive for him till he returns to the court. 

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