Spain's Rafael Nadal celebrates winning his quarter final match against Canada's Denis Shapovalov during the match Australian Open at Melbourne Park, Melbourne, Australia, January 25, 2022. Rafa Nadal has drawn within two wins of a record 21st Grand Slam title, claiming a five-set thriller against Denis Shapovalov to grind into the Australian Open semi-finals on Tuesday. REUTERS/Morgan Sette

Spain's Rafael Nadal in action during his quarter final match against Canada's Denis Shapovalov during Australian Open at Melbourne Park, Melbourne, Australia, January 25, 2022. On a steamy afternoon at Rod Laver Arena, the warrior Spaniard suffered a huge scare as Shapovalov roared back from two sets down before bowing out 6-3 6-4 4-6 3-6 6-3 after four taxing hours. REUTERS/Loren Elliott

Spain's Rafael Nadal in action during his quarter final match against Canada's Denis Shapovalov during Australian Open at Melbourne Park, Melbourne, Australia, January 25, 2022. REUTERS/Loren Elliott

Spain's Rafael Nadal in action during his quarter final match against Canada's Denis Shapovalov during Australian Open at Melbourne Park, Melbourne, Australia, January 25, 2022. REUTERS/Morgan Sette

Spain's Rafael Nadal in action during his quarter final match against Canada's Denis Shapovalov during Australian Open at Melbourne Park, Melbourne, Australia, January 25, 2022. REUTERS/Asanka Brendon Ratnayake

Spain's Rafael Nadal celebrates winning his quarter final match against Canada's Denis Shapovalov during Australian Open at Melbourne Park, Melbourne, Australia, January 25, 2022. REUTERS/Loren Elliott