The Portugal superstar posted a picture of himself alongside his close friend Miguel Paixao on Instagram while they together stood at a clay tennis court.
Meanwhile, the forward will miss Portugal’s warm-up game against Belgium, as they prepare for the upcoming tournament.
Coach Fernando Santos too wants his star man to enjoy his rest period before getting down to business in the World Cup, where Portugal have been drawn alongside Spain, Morocco and Iran.
“Cristiano Ronaldo is on holiday,” Santos said.
“I won’t bother Cristiano by calling him, after a spell where he’s put in so much effort and is tired. I don’t have to talk with Cristiano.
“Hopefully he can have a great holiday and he can come back in good condition. That’s the important thing.”
Portugal coach Fernando Santos insisted he had no need to call Cristiano Ronaldo and is letting him enjoy some time off.
The Real Madrid star is on holiday and won’t participate in the national team’s World Cup warm-up game against Belgium on Saturday night.
“I won’t bother Cristiano by calling him after a spell where he put in so much effort and is tired,” Santos said.
Watch him give his thoughts on the subject below.
Just days after securing an unprecedented third consecutive Champions League trophy, Zizou on Thursday announced his resignation, citing the fact that he felt a change was needed after two and a half successful years.
In an Instagram post, 33-year-old Ronaldo said: “I feel proud to have been your player. Thank you so much.”