Rafael Nadal once again became the talking point of the town. For different reasons. Despite regular injury troubles, Nadal never finished outside the top 10 in the last 18 years, but he is going to now. It’s indeed practically a miracle.
The 22-year-old is out again after suffering defeat in straight sets from American McDonald at this year’s Australian Open. He recently uploaded a video of his training at the gym, undergoing a slow recovery from the fresh injury he picked up during the season’s first Grand Slam tournament. Also Read: “That Could Be A Dangerous Move,” Renowned Journalist Over Tight Schedule Of Carlos Alcaraz
The 22-time Grand Slam champion announced previously of his not playing the first two 1000 of the season- the Indan Wells and Miami Masters. Owing to this, he will certainly lose those points which will be necessary to remain in the top 10 of the rankings.
Rafael Nadal has always made stunning comeback
He can’t keep those injuries at bay, but he has always made a stunning comeback. For Nadal, it will be important for him to remain healthy for the Roland Garros, where he is the most dominating. And it’s not wrong to say that he is eyeing his 15th French Open title and overall 23rd Grand Slam in Paris.
“I’d rather be in the top 10, it’s obvious, but in the end, you have to accept things as they come,” Nadal said in an interview with Movistar.
“With all the injuries I’ve had in the last 18 years, I’ve never finished outside the top 10 it’s practically a miracle. Many things have happened in the last year: a broken rib, two abdominal tears, now the psoas, foot problems,” he added. Also Read: “You’ll Be Back Only Stronger!”- Twitter Reacts As Barbora Krejcikova Downs Iga Swiatek To Win Dubai Tennis Championships
And it’s known already he loves the clay; and as seen before, he marks his return from those injuries, and gives those tough fights to add trophies to his tally. Also Read: “Don’t Think Novak Is Thinking About The Golden Slam,” Boris Becker Thinks Novak Djokovic Eying His 23rd Grand Slam
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