“There are very few players who can beat Rafael Nadal,” says ATP ace

Tournament director Eugene Lepierre confirmed that Rafael Nadal wanted to play in this year’s Montreal Masters 1000 tournament. Nadal’s season came to a disappointing and unlucky end at Wimbledon when he withdrew from his semifinal match against Nick Kyrgios due to an abdominal injury.

With the Montreal Masters taking place from August 7-14, Nadal is working hard to get in shape for the Canadian Masters 1000 event. If Lepierre is to be believed, Nadal will hit the court on Monday to begin training for his summer tour.

According to the Daily Express, Lapierre said, “Nadal is really looking forward to coming to Montreal and his hotel rooms are already booked.” “They provided him with practice balls to use in the tournament.

On Monday, he should get back to training.” Nadal called a press conference on a day off last Thursday at Wimbledon. The news was already out in the open when Nadal called the press conference.

“Obviously, if I’m here, it means I have to drop out of the tournament, right?” At a press conference, Nadal explained why he was pulling out of the Wimbledon semifinals.

“My struggle with abdominal pain was on full display yesterday for all to see. Many times throughout my career I have tried to push through despite obstacles, but I believe it is clear that if I had continued in this situation, the injury would have worsened.

For the time being, that’s all I can say. When I think about saying that, I feel terrible.” Nadal also explained that he withdrew because he didn’t want to prolong his recovery time by further injuring himself.

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Hear Lopez discuss Rafael Nadal.

After Rafael Nadal beat Taylor Fritz in the fifth set thanks to a super tie-break, Feliciano Lopez gushed over his countryman once again before retiring from his match against Nick Kyrgios due to an abdominal tear.

“Until recently, there were no adequate nouns to describe Rafa’s efforts. We need to make the most of this opportunity because, at age 36, for a player to win two Grand Slam tournaments under the pressures under which he did so defies easy verbal description.

The most convincing evidence is that when he is healthy, almost no one can beat him. There is a significant gap between Rafa Nadal and Nole Djokovic and the rest of the field “The Spanish national, age 40, made the statement to Radio Marca.

“There are very few players who can beat Rafael Nadal,” says ATP ace

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