When Casper Ruud joined the Rafa Nadal Academy by Movistar in 2018 he sat at number 143 in the ATP’s official ranking, but he has since enjoyed a meteoric rise to second in the world. “I’m very proud to be ranked No. 2. In a way it’s good because I can still chase the first spot”, said Casper after playing in the US Open final against Carlos Alcaraz. “I’m proud of the match and the two weeks. I gave my all. I left everything on the court. I played phenomenal tennis for two weeks, probably my best tennis on this surface”.

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Casper had a chance to win his first Grand Slam title in New York just 3 months after playing in a thrilling final at the French Open, where he lost to Rafa Nadal himself. Besides his outstanding performance in the majors this year (only he and Rafa have reached two finals), his leap up the world rankings was earned through a season in which he reached the final of the Masters 1000 in Miami and added 3 titles to his haul, claiming the trophies in Buenos Aires, Geneva and Gstaad. In total, the Rafa Nadal Academy by Movistar player now has 9 titles to his name. Also, thanks to his 44 wins, the Norwegian player, who is coached by Pedro Clar and his father Christian Ruud, is practically qualified to play in the Nitto ATP Finals in Turin (13-20 November), an event for which Rafa Nadal is mathematically qualified.


Casper is one of the stars of the documentary “Rafa Nadal Academy”, which can be seen on Movistar+ and Amazon.


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