Virtual Rafael Nadal takes over Times Square as he confesses US Open regrets

Rafael Nadal appeared in an innovative 3D commercial in Times Square, New York. The commercial is for Infosys, a company focused on digital services and consulting. Nadal is an Infosys global ambassador. “Hi all. Missing the @usopen and #newyork and all of you (big apple, big time).

At least I am there virtually at #timessquare with @infosys,” Nadal wrote on Instagram.

Rafael Nadal about his collaboration with Infosys
At the end of August, Infosys announced they closed a partnership deal with Rafael Nadal.

Here is what Nadal said about the collaboration.“I’m very happy to work closely with Infosys, as they work to not only evolve the experience of tennis to the times, but also empower people in our communities to be part of a brighter future.

I love the way Infosys has brought its digital expertise across industries to the global tennis ecosystem. It has transformed the tennis experience for a billion global fans and truly empowered all players on the tour with analytics that they could have only dreamt of a few years ago.

Also, the impact that Infosys is making beyond the court – creating the next opportunity for people, businesses, and communities – deeply inspires me. I believe it’s our shared aspiration to create societal good that makes our handshake truly meaningful,” Nadal said as quoted by Infosys.

Salil Parekh, Chief Executive Officer & Managing Director, Infosys, reacted to the new partnership with Nadal. “It is an honor to welcome Rafa – one of the world’s most respected champion athletes and humanitarians – as an ambassador for Infosys.

He is someone who personifies the spirit of always evolving, never giving up, utmost dedication and determination to give the very best in every situation. We are inspired by his approach, and it reflects our own aspirations to continuously evolve and always remain relevant for our clients,” Parekh said.


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