In a recent interview with ‘Talent on Board’ magazine, Rafael Nadal was candid about his time on the ATP tour and his plans after he retires from professional tennis. The Spaniard made a passing reference to the fact that athletes can be vastly different from one another: “It’s not about being a good player or having a powerful swing that interests me.
Some people have the ability to land powerful blows, while others are more adept at avoiding getting hit. The point of playing tennis, or any other sport, is to triumph. So, in my view, the winner is the player with the most talent, and our goal is to help each player develop to his or her full potential “, he made a remark.
The Iberian went over everything that, in his view, distinguishes certain players as champions, including: “One of the most crucial aspects of any competition is mental toughness. I began working on my strength with my uncle Toni when I was young.
That work continued later in my career and was bolstered by the competitions themselves.” Although he suffered an injury at Wimbledon, Rafa is eager to play again on the American hard courts in Montreal. The Mallorcan discussed the current worth of the entire circuit during the interview “The volume is quite loud.
In addition to coaches, I believe that strength coaches, nutritionists, and mental game consultants are crucial to the success of athletes today. Even though I anticipate retiring from the highest levels of competition someday, I plan to continue my career as an athlete for as long as my health permits “… he made the following statement.
Never one to give up, Nadal
Rafael Nadal recently discussed the dominance of the so-called ‘Big-3,’ which consists of himself, Novak Djokovic, and Roger Federer, in an interview with Talento a Bordo. “In tennis there has always been generational change.
It is normal for great stars to be succeeded by others in the sky. Maybe it’s just been a long time, but I have no doubt that the newcomers will eventually become the dominant power “Says Nadal.
Even the former World No. 1 mentioned it, stressing the value of competition in developing one’s mental toughness. “One of the most crucial aspects of competition is mental toughness. Since I was a kid, I’ve been training with my uncle Toni to get stronger both physically and mentally.
As my career progressed, I kept up the same level of work, and as the industry’s level of competition rose, so did the stakes “A statement by Nadal.