Rafael Nadal will visit, according to a prominent coach.

Rafael Nadal finished the 2004 season in style despite several difficulties, defeating Andy Roddick, the world’s top player, in the Davis Cup final in Seville and became the youngest player to win the great team competition.

Nadal, who began the following season slightly outside the top 50, lost to Ivan Ljubicic in the Doha quarterfinals and announced his retirement after the opening game in Auckland due to minor respiratory issues. He had hoped to play safely in the opening Major of the year.

Melbourne’s season. The young player got off to a terrific start against Julien Benneteau and then prevailed in five sets against Mikhail Youzhny to get to the round of 32. In order to save energy for the eagerly anticipated matchup with Lleyton Hewitt in the fourth round at Rod Laver Arena, Bobby Reynolds was unable to do much against the world’s most promising young player, who dropped just five games and sealed the deal in the 90th minute.

In 2004, the Australian prevailed against the Spaniard after taking two tiebreaks. In this match, the Australian pushed even harder and won 7-5, 3-6, 1-6, 7-6, 6-2 in three hours and 53 minutes. Nadal, who had a commanding lead in sets two and three and was driven to play his best tennis because it was the longest Majors run to that point, won just two games more than Hewitt.

Lleyton ultimately overcame all obstacles in the fourth set to win it in the tie break, leaving the young player with nothing left to give in the final game. Rafa received five breaks, to which Lleyton responded with six. In the tie break, where he had no margin for mistake, Lleyton played his greatest tennis. He then used this momentum to quickly win the decider and leave the teenager without a victory.

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Nadal is not yet in peak condition.

Patrick Mouratoglou changed the subject of his lengthy chat to Rafael Nadal‘s updated and improved first serve. “His serve transformed from a means of opening the point to a real weapon. In order to increase his power, he modified some aspects of his technique.

The main adjustment is his weight dispatch, which has been improved. When opposed to how much he puts himself forward right now, [you can see] how little of his body was engaged in the shot “said Mouratoglou. “In order to improve the whip impact, he has also altered his trophy position, keeping his elbow higher and enabling his racquet to descend deeper down his back.

He has improved his shot selection. He frequently used the slice to push [Daniil] Medvedev to the net in the Australian Open final. Even the drop shot was meant to cast doubt on him “explained Mouratoglou. “Rafa’s volley skills have also improved, and he is now more likely to approach the net. I think he wouldn’t be the player he is now if he hadn’t made those modifications.”

Rafael Nadal will visit, according to a prominent coach.

By Antonio Zaccaro

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