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Rafael Nadal returns to practice court to ease injury retirement fears
Rafael Nadal has started to practice again following a persistent foot injury. The Spaniard has not played since early August and announced he will not be on court competitively until 2022.His coach Carlos Moya can be seen watching on in the background as he put Nadal through his paces.
Absent from the ATP circuit from the Washington tournament due to a left foot injury, Rafael Nadal has recently entrusted to being in The blur concerning the date of a possible return on the courts.
Rafael Nadal does not want to rush . As a withdrawal of the ATP circuit from its setbacks in the final rounds in Washington against Lloyd Harris, the "Taurus de Manacor" heals a left foot injury that has been disabled for many years and becomes less and less easy to bear. Since then, the Majorcan is discreet but he has recently split from a public appearance on the occasion of an organized ceremony in Sant Llorenç of the Cardassar , cited of the Balearres to which he had donated a million euros to help reconstruction after flooding. On this occasion, Rafael Nadal did not hesitate to evoke the public his state of health. " I want to get back from the wound to return fit. I work a lot every day to first recover . You have to be a little cautious, look a little in the medium term, entrusted the Majorcan into comments collected by the daily As. I am a specific plan. In my head, I am clear on my goals and I hope things will follow a positive course to try to compete . »
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Nadal:" I work a lot every day »
if it is acquired that we will not see it again on the courts of Here the end of the 2021 season, like Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal does not want to project too far in the future regarding the date of his return on the courts. " I work a lot every day to try to recover and then, when I will be restored, to be ready to play in the form , admits the winner of 20 Grand Slam tournaments. I am in a process of recovery, work, with a gradual rise of charges and the sensations are not measured everyday. A preparation that has already started since the native of Manacor has recently been seen at the racket training in hands on the short of its academy. Will Rafael Nadal be ready to take part in the 2022 edition of the Australian Open, the beginning of which is scheduled for January 17, is a question to which only the "Taur de Manacor" can answer ... and everything indicates that it is not in a hurry to specify its plans for the season 2022.
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