The end of the month will see Rafael Nadal make a comeback into the sport after he was sent out to the sidelines by wrist injury problems, and he has come on to explain how 'being happy' and 'playing well' are his two main goals when he returns.
The start of the 2016 season had seen Nadal start well as he began to get back to his best form, following an injury filled campaign in 2015.
However, the wrist injury, which he got during the French Open, ensured that his 2016 campaign was effectively derailed. This saw him failing to win any single title, apart from the gold medal he had won at a doubles event in the Rio Olympic Games held in Brazil.
At the Olympics and the US Open, Nadal tried to play through the pain but was forced to take a break after he lost in a second round in October at the Shangai Masters. ...continue reading NADAL ANTICIPATES COMEBACK, TALKS ABOUT HAPPINESS AND WINNING
Despite the 2016 season ending in a tour ban for Nick Kyrgios, Rafael Nadal believes that he can go on to become better and continue his rise to glory in 2017.
Mischa Zverev had defeated Kyrgios 6-3 6-1 which resulted in the ATP suspension. The Australian youngster later on apologized for his actions.
The 21-year old had seen a wonderful career this year as he rose up the world rankings to sit at the No. 13 position in the tennis world and Rafael Nadal believes he can even do better.
The young Australian has shown his potential as a player headed for the top-10, as he featured in the quarterfinals of both the Wimbledon and the Australian Open.
However, he has been involved in many controversies of recent and is beginning to gain a negative reputation as the ‘bad boy’ of men tennis.
Nadal however believes that it would take the young man’s head being in the right place for him to excel since he already has the much-needed talent.
"Kyrgios is already at the top, a player who has unbelievable potential.
"If he has focus on himself, he can become world number one and win a Grand Slam." ...continue reading NADAL BACKS NICK KYRGIOS AND THANASI KOKKINAKIS
Rafael Nadal has hinted that Kei Nishikori might deliberately have taken more time than he needed in the washroom to obstruct the rhythm he had attained in the match at that juncture.
Nadal said when he was in the Brazilian capital to play a tournament the previous year and in one of the matches, he wanted to go in and put on another pair of shorts, he was not given the permission of that. Then, how could Nishikori have such a long break in the middle of a match? ...continue reading NADAL HINTS AT GAMESMANSHIP
For the fans of Nadal, who have been worrying about his health and how he has had to withdraw from the French Open for his wrist injury need not worry about the way he is spending his time.
Recent news shows Rafael having been on a yacht cruise in Ibiza. This was an apt way to celebrate his 30th birthday. Hence, it is safe to assume that the break that came from the French Open for his wrist injury has definitely given him a chance to unwind. ...continue reading Nadal Relaxes On His Birthday
There have been several rumors doing the rounds, especially since Rafael Nadal suddenly pulled out of the French Open. Many fans wanted to see Nadal come up against his arch opponent Novak, but that did not happen. The latest injury that ails this star is a wrist injury.
Fans have been hoping that the injury would not prevent him from playing the forthcoming Wimbledon championship. However, most people realize that Nadal would have to take time off from the Queen’s Club games as well this season. ...continue reading Is Nadal Ready to Return
Nadal is a man of steel and he proves himself time and again. You might have been disappointed when you found that he decided to drop out of the French Open but had you known that he had to take nine injections for his wrist pain you would have clearly thought otherwise.
His career has been a long one, having started to play from the age of 15. As he turned 30 this month, it is important for his fans to remember where he started from. He has been playing professional level tennis from the age of 15. In that, there were about nine tournaments that he missed out due to injuries. ...continue reading Nadal Withdraws With Injury