Every tennis fan in the world knows who Bjorn Borg is. He is one of the greatest tennis players of all time who played in the 1970s. It seems his son – Leo Borg is trying to live up to his father’s legacy and is getting serious with his training. Check it out.
Leo Borg To Move To The Rafa Nadal Academy
Leo Borg is moving from the Royal Tennis Club Of Stockholm to the Rafa Nadal Academy. For Leo, who wants to be the player his father was, this academy is the perfect place to train. It has the best training and the best facilities you will find in any academy.
The Rafa Nadal Academy has 26 tennis courts in total which includes the hard courts, the clay courts, and the indoor courts. It also has fitness rooms, a player’s lounge, and bedrooms for players to stay in. This is probably the best tennis academy in the world.
Rafael Nadal opened this academy in 2016 in his hometown Manacor. He has described this as a very special project for him. Ever since then, players like Jaume Munar and Casper Ruud who are from the academy have done very well in tennis breaking into the ATP top 100.
Clearly, they have been successful which is why Rafael Nadal decided to expand. Instead of having just one academy in Manacor, he decided to open another academy. He decided to open his academy in Kuwait and inaugurated it very recently. We might see some top players from there too.
From this trend, I think we can see Rafael Nadal wants to open academies all around the world. He wants to give the best coaching and the best facilities to upcoming tennis players. This is absolutely wonderful and we should see it continue for a long long time.