Rafael Nadal has withdrawn from Wimbledon, Tokyo 2020 and the US Open.© AFP
Rafael Nadal said Wednesday that 20 Grand Slam champions are facing a “difficult” and “painful” recovery from a foot injury that forced them to miss the Wimbledon, Olympics and US Open. Admitted. Nadal finished the season in August due to an injury and said in a documentary presentation about the Tennis Academy that his leg was still “a little painful”. “I’m looking forward to improving and facing the difficult and otherwise painful process,” said the 35-year-old, “but I have to fight for what I want again.” .. Nadal posted his photo on Instagram on Saturday, bandaging his left leg and holding a crutch.
He announced that he was in Barcelona. “It takes days of rest and weeks of out-of-court treatment to get treatment on my feet.”
Nadal withdrew from the 2020 Tokyo Olympics Wimbledon and the US Open after losing to South Africa’s Lloyd Harris after his last match of the year in Washington in early August.
The Spaniards hold a co-record of Grand Slam wins in the men’s game, drawing 20 with both Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic, who lost to Daniil Medvedev in the US Open final on Sunday.
“It’s getting more complicated because it has to be realistic for years and time doesn’t stop for everyone,” Nadal said in a world premiere documentary presentation on Friday. I finished it.
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