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Rafa Nadal's anger and anguish by wife's admission to hospital

The Spanish tennis player, Rafael Nadal, is in the middle of a very tense moment in his family, which is affecting his performance in the recently started US Open. The reason, his wife Mery Perelló, was admitted on emergency to a hospital in Palma de Mallorca, Spain for a complication in her pregnancy.

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Although the medical report for both Mery and the baby is that they are out of danger and the patient is evolving favorably, she still remains hospitalized.

In addition, the family is very angry because the video of the moment in which Mery was hospitalized in the Hospital Quironsalud Palmaplanas was leaked to the press and they informed that they will look for the guilty parties.

In addition, they revealed that the medical history of Nadal's wife was leaked and this caused that there are journalists waiting for an opportunity to leak or get information from the private clinic.

This situation has caused discomfort in the family, so they are considering the possibility of transferring her to another clinic.

Preventive treatment for Mery Perelló

The medical report indicates that Mery will have to be under observation from her current 31st week of gestation until her 34th week. In fact, it has been reported that this period is for observation and to avoid any kind of shock in her pregnancy.

In this situation, the tennis player decided to stay in the United States to continue his participation in the US Open, which would indicate that his wife is out of danger, although it is also latent the possibility of having to undergo surgery. In view of the situation, Maribel Nadal, the tennis player's sister, is by Mery's side full time.

A low-profile family

The Nadal-Perelló family has always tried to be discreet, even when confirming Mery's pregnancy, they did it with exclusive photos for a magazine, but at all costs they have tried to avoid the cameras in the hospital, entering through the private parking lot.

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