Wake NRF24L01 remotely from sleep

is there any way to wake a NRF24L01 remotely through RF while it is sleeping saving battery?

scenario TX ----> RX

AFAIK the nRF24L01+ must be maintained in RX Mode (Section 6.1.4 of the datasheet) if it is to detect incoming signals.

It can produce an interrupt when a message is detected and that interrupt can be used to wake up an Arduino.

If you have control over the signals that are being transmitted then you could arrange a system in which the receiver is shut down most of the time and is wakened briefly (perhaps using the Arduino Watch Dog Timer) to listen for messages. It would be necessary for the transmitter to repeat its message often enough for it to be detected during the interval when the receiver is awake.