Rafa Nadal is returning to competition this week at the ATP Masters 1000 in Rome, a tournament that holds a very special place in his career. It will also be his return to the game after the break that has kept him away from competition since Sunday 1 March, when he won the final of the Acapulco tournament.


Nobody has won the trophy in the Foro Itálico as many times as Rafa and he starts this year’s tournament as the defending champion, as he did last season. En route to what would be his tenth crown in the Italian capital (if everything were to go according to the rankings) he may meet Pablo Carreño, Milos Raonic in the third round, Diego Schwartzman in the quarters, Stefanos Tsitsipas in the semi-finals and Novak Djokovic in the final.


Before Rafa begins his participation on the Italian clay we take a look back at the best of his 2019 appearance, when he produced five wins against Jeremy Chardy (R32), Nikoloz Basilashvili (R16), Fernando Verdasco (QF), Tsitsipas (SF) and Djokovic (F) to claim the ninth title of his career in Rome.


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