A few hours before the start of the tournament draw, the Spaniard himself officially announced the shocking news on his Twitter account. Rafael Nadal has decided against competing in the Montreal Masters 1000 and has expressed doubts about competing in the Cincinnati tournament and the US Open, the final Grand Slam of the 2022 calendar year.
The Spanish athlete’s astounding news stunned everyone, including the team’s members and the athlete himself, who had not had any pain up until a few days ago. “Everything went fine throughout the rest days and ever since I resumed training, but in these weeks.
I began practicing my serve four days ago as well, and on Thursday after practice, I experienced some little soreness that persisted into Friday morning. So instead of going to Montreal, we chose to keep training instead.
The Iberian made the statement on Twitter, where he immediately received messages of support, likes, and several comments. “I sincerely thank the director of the tournament, Eugène, and his entire team for the understanding and support they have always shown me, and in this situation it was no exception,” the Iberian said.
Without a sure, the fantastic 2022 season will be hampered by the physical issues he has had since the start of the year but which did not prevent him from winning the Australian Open. The same thing happened at Wimbledon, where the former world number one was compelled to quit before his matchup with Australian Nick Kyrgios in the semifinal.
The discomfort appeared to have ended, but it had not: “I hope to play again in Montreal, a tournament that I adore and have won five times in front of a crowd that has always welcomed me with great enthusiasm.”
M. Zverev discusses Nadal.
Alexander’s brother used a really beautiful interview with Tennis Magazine to talk about Rafael Nadal, who never hesitates to use this tool at important moments and was a worthy ambassador of the serve and volley strategy when he was still on the courts.
“The players are getting ready for lengthy rallies, especially Medvedev. This strategy is known as “developing the case from behind.” Rafa always studies the game, and he is aware of when it is shrewd to engineer surprises. Whenever he is trailing, like as when there is a break point against him, he frequently does something novel or surprising.
He abruptly tosses a serve and volley after a highly drawn-out game in which the score was advantage, deuce, advantage, deuce. He pulls it off when you least expect it and under pressure. It wouldn’t work if Rafa only used the serve and volley technique.