Regarding Rafael Nadal’s chances in the French Open, Toni Nadal makes one thing obvious.

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Rafael Nadal wants to return only when he is ready to do so, Toni Nadal has emphasized. Nadal, who tore a hip muscle during the Australian Open, planned to compete at the Monte Carlo Masters and Barcelona Open before the start of the clay season.

Unfortunately for Nadal, he was compelled to forgo Barcelona and Monte Carlo because he was concerned about reinjuring himself. Regarding Nadal‘s fitness going into the French Open, there are many unanswered questions. However, Uncle Toni is still sure that Nadal will have a chance to win the French Open provided he shows up healthy because “everything changes when he enters Philippe-Chatrier.”

Nadal can win the French Open, says Uncle Toni

“We had a conversation on Saturday.

Additionally, he will only return if he is 100% healthy. He is aware that it won’t be beneficial for him otherwise. He didn’t feel his best going into the Australian Open. I believe he desires a positive feeling. He wants to be confident and physically healthy when he gets to Roland-Garros.

We must wait for now. He still believes that he can succeed, though. Rafa is one of those players who, even if he arrives in less than ideal circumstances, everything changes the moment he steps onto the Philippe Chatrier court, as I have said numerous times.

He needs a few moderately challenging matches to level up. I am aware of the strength of Zverev, Alcaraz, Djokovic, Rune, and Rublev. But I’m also aware that Rafa has a winning mentality. According to We Love Tennis, Toni Nadal stated on RMC’s Bartoli Time, “I want to think the same this year.

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The Madrid Masters, which begins on April 26th, is Nadal‘s next goal for a comeback. It was mentioned last week that Nadal might also forego Madrid. It is uncertain whether Nadal will be able to compete at Caja Magica.

Regarding Rafael Nadal’s chances in the French Open, Toni Nadal makes one thing obvious.

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