Rafael Nadal confirms his withdrawal from Miami and provides a clear update on his ailment.

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Rafael Nadal says his recuperation is progressing as expected but added that he will skip Indian Wells and Miami because he wants to “come back in the best possible conditions.” The Indian Wells tournament officials revealed Nadal‘s decision to withdraw from the competition an hour and a half ago.

Soon after that In a message to his followers, Nadal confirmed that he has also left Florida. Nadal expressed his sadness at missing Indian Wells and Miami in his letter. “It has been a long since I last spoke to you.

I took some time off and began rehab, physiotherapy, and the gym as the physicians had advised. preparing to return in the ideal circumstances. I’m disappointed that I won’t be able to compete in Miami or Indian Wells. Extremely regretful not being there.

All of my US fans will be missed, but perhaps I’ll run into them again this year on the summer tour “Nadal tweeted something.

In Australia, Nadal sustained a hip injury.

Nadal‘s most recent match was in the Australian Open, where he lost to Mackenzie McDonald in the second round after suffering a serious hip injury.

Nadal disclosed that the testing revealed the full degree of his hip issue the day after he was eliminated from the Australian Open. Nadal was supposed to be out for at least six to eight weeks at first. However, Nadal was unable to make a full recovery in time for the Sunshine Double.

Nadal has won the Indian Wells tournament three times. Nadal lost to Taylor Fritz in the Indian Wells championship match last year. Tommy Haas, the tournament’s director, sent Nadal best wishes for a speedy recovery after the Spaniard withdrew from the forthcoming Indian Wells event.

The director of the Indian Wells tournament, Haas, wished Rafa continued recuperation and expressed the hope that he will return to the BNP Paribas Open the next year. In order to be fully fit and prepared for the clay season, Nadal withdrew from Indian Wells and Miami. Nadal is most certainly going to make a comeback at the April 9th-starting Monte Carlo Masters.