Injured star Rafael Nadal anticipates a ‘difficult’ and ‘painful’ road back to the tennis court. “But I have to go through that. I have to try to get myself back into my position to fight for what I want. I am determined to make an Amazon documentary about his tennis academy in Manacor,” the Spanish Grand Slam champion said on Wednesday when he made an Amazon documentary about his tennis academy in Manacor. to do that”.
Nadal had played his last match against South African Lloyd Harris at the beginning of August in Washington and lost it, after which the clay court king withdrew his participation in the US Open due to permanent problems in his left foot. Previously, Nadal canceled his start at Wimbledon and the Olympic Games in Tokyo due to a chronic injury.
Nadal spoke on Instagram on Saturday I reported about the treatment in Barcelona. He posted a picture showing him with crutches and his leg. Along with Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic, the 35-year-old currently shares a Grand Slam record of 20 titles.
Djokovic could have solved that problem at the US Open, but failed in Sunday’s final against Russian Daniil Medvedev. “It’s always a reason to be happy to see the success of a young man like Danny. It’s a victory for him, especially because he worked for it day in and day out,” Nadal says. (AFP)
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