Rafael Nadal claims he will never completely cut ties with sports, even after his retirement from tennis, because he has always enjoyed them. Nadal has won a record 22 Grand Slam singles titles, making him one of the greatest athletes of all time.
Nadal plans to spend a lot of time at his tennis academy in Mallorca once he stops competing professionally. “I anticipate that I will become a “retired” athlete at some point in the future, but I will never stop considering myself an athlete.
And the Academy, which we founded a few years ago and which is going from strength to strength, is a project in which I will always be involved “Nadal was quoted by Sportskeeda as saying to Talento a bordo.
Nadal, on the prospect of joining the Tour as a coach
Nadal’s tennis IQ is through the roof, but he claims he has no interest in becoming a coach on the ATP Tour.
“To be honest, I doubt that I have what it takes to be a good coach. Currently, I’m not thinking about it, but as the old adage goes, “never say never.” “To quote Nadal: Nadal, meanwhile, has been seen practicing once again, which is good news.
Because of an abdominal injury, Nadal had to give Nick Kyrgios a walkover in the Wimbledon semifinals. Although Nadal’s Wimbledon campaign was cut short, he is expected to be fit for the beginning of the North American hard court swing.
Nadal wanted to win Wimbledon for the first time since 2010, but he couldn’t put himself in a position to aggravate the injury and miss more time on the court. Nadal plans to make his first summer hard court appearance at the Montreal Masters, which begins on August 7.