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Novak Djokovic and Rafael Nadal combine as part of exhibition event in Saudi Arabia

Novak Djokovic and Rafael Nadal combine as part of exhibition event in Saudi Arabia

Recently crowned Australian Open champion Jannik Sinner has been named alongside fellow grand slam stars Rafael Nadal, Novak Djokovic and Carlos Alcaraz for an exhibition event in Saudi Arabia in October.

Holger Rune and the 2021 US Open champion Daniil Medvedev — this year’s beaten finalist at Melbourne Park — are the other players involved in what is being promoted as the 6 Kings Slam in Riyadh.

All but world No.7 Rune have won at least one grand slam title, with Djokovic — the men’s record holder with 24 — and Nadal (22) leading the way.

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The 37-year-old Nadal, who has amassed more than $US134 million ($A207 million) in prize money during his storied career, was recently announced as an ambassador for the Saudi Tennis Federation.

“Everywhere you look in Saudi Arabia, you can see growth and progress and I’m excited to be part of that,” Nadal, who pulled out of the Australian Open with a muscle injury, said in a statement.

The Spaniard, who recently visited a junior tennis clinic in Riyadh, struggled with a hip problem last year before making his comeback at the recent Brisbane International, but expects 2024 to be his final season on the professional tour.

“I continue to play tennis as I love the game,” Nadal said.

“But beyond playing I want to help the sport grow far and wide across the world and in Saudi there is real potential.”

Nadal’s career has been at a crossroads for some time now, with injury restricting him from competing at all bar two matches for the past 12 months.

Rafael Nadal had to pull out of the Brisbane International with injury. Credit: Chris Hyde/Getty Images

He won two matches at the Brisbane International last month in what was his first competitive outing in almost a full year, having suffered a hip injury in the second round of the 2023 Australian Open.

His hip then required surgery that sidelined him for the remainder of the season.

But the legendary Spaniard returned home when injury curtailed his Brisbane cameo in 2024.

“During my last match in Brisbane I had a small problem on a muscle that as you know made me worried,” he said at the time.

“Once I got to Melbourne I have had the chance to make an MRI and I have (a) micro tear on a muscle, not in the same part where I had the injury and that’s good news.

“Right now I am not ready to compete at the maximum level of exigence in five sets matches. I’m flying back to Spain to see my doctor, get some treatment and rest.”

It’s thrown into doubt his future in the game, with persistent injuries threatening to derail the twilight of his career.

But he will suit up again in Saudi Arabia if fit, despite the Gulf kingdom having been widely accused of ‘sportswashing’ — the practice of investing heavily in global sport in an attempt to deflect attention from its human-rights record.

High-profile sports investments from the nation in recent years have included bank-rolling the LIV Golf tour, attracting superstars including Cristiano Ronaldo to its domestic football league, and buying English Premier League club Newcastle United.

Rights groups say women continue to face discrimination in most aspects of family life in the kingdom, while homosexuality remains a major taboo.

The ATP tour has moved its annual tournament for leading players aged 21 and under to Jeddah, while the WTA tour is in negotiations to put its season-ending championship in Saudi Arabia.

– With AAP

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