Rafael Nadal could cross paths with Taylor Swift next year thanks to Travis Kelce

Rafael Nadal could cross paths with Taylor Swift next year thanks to Travis Kelce
Kelce recently went viral over his tweets from when he was in college

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Kansas City Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce and popstar Taylor Swift have been the hottest story in sports since they started dating last month, and now tennis fans are joining the fun by speculating if Rafael Nadal will cross paths with the couple in 2024, seeing as the NFL champion loves tennis.

Kelce, 34, recently went viral over his tweets from when he was in college and a few of them revealed a love for the sport Nadal has dominated through the past two decades.

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Swift, 33, also has a connection to tennis that goes back to when she was just 13 years of age and performed “America the Beautiful” at the US Open.

It’s possible the couple attends the 2024 edition of the United States’ Grand Slam, which is set to start days before the NFL season kicks off next year.

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Nadal, 37, once shared a video of himself listening to a Swift song as he prepared to face Felix Auger-Aliassime at the 2022 ATP Finals.

If Swift and Kelce do attend a Nadal match, it’s safe to say they’ll exchange pleasantries afterwards.

Kelce once picked John McEnroe as his ideal tennis partner because he too has the tennis legend’s passion on the court.

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