Here are some items from Rafael Nadal’s previous outside-the-top-10 ranking.

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These are some items and trends from the period when Rafael Nadal wasn’t ranked inside the top-10, which will be the first time since 2005 that he will drop out of the top-10.

Nadal made his first-ever appearance in the top 10 on April 25.

Nadal stated on Tuesday that he would not be competing in the Indian Wells and Miami Masters competitions. Nadal, who advanced to the Indian Wells final, is expected to drop significantly in the rankings and eventually drop out of the top 10.

Nadal is not prepared for the Sunshine Double.

Nadal‘s hip issue caused him to lose in the second round of the Australian Open.

At first, there was optimism that Nadal would be fit to compete in Miami and Indian Wells. Nadal quashed such aspirations on Tuesday. “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.

Nadal has won the Indian Wells tournament three times. Tommy Haas, the director of the Indian Wells tournament, sent a comment following Nadal‘s decision to skip this year’s event. We hope to see Rafa back at the BNP Paribas Open the following year and wish him continuous recuperation, according to Haas.

Nadal will likely now shift his attention to getting ready for the beginning of the clay season. Nadal has won the Monte Carlo tournament 11 times in a row. The ninth day of April will mark the beginning of this year’s Monte Carlo. Whether or if Nadal will play in a tournament again is still up in the air.