On Rafael Nadal, Barbadillo said, “Here’s what worries us.”

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Rafael Nadal is getting ready for a comeback. And what better scenario exists than his realm, which is the Roland Garros red clay? After suffering an injury during the Australian Open, the Spaniard is honing his preparation. However, the fact that he has yet to play on clay could be a concern for him in light of Paris.

At least, this is their main concern, as expressed by Benito Perez-Barbadillo, the 22-time Grand Slam champion’s head of communications, who continues to monitor Nadal‘s health. According to him, “As far as injuries go, everything is in order and things are going well,” he told RMC Sport’s Court no.1 podcast.

He’s waiting to be completely prepared to play, in my opinion, because he wants to be in peak form to compete and succeed at a high level. Of course, it goes without saying that he wants to show up at Roland Garros in the greatest possible shape to win.

He is in a new environment, and we wish him luck in getting back to the top. He will pass away on the court, as many who know him well anticipate. Should he compete before Roland Garros? Yes, that is the only issue that causes us any concern.

“Concerned about my friend Rafa,” said Lopez.

It is obvious that Rafa Nadal is going through a particularly trying time, despite the fact that he is trying his absolute hardest, as usual, to recover from yet another injury and return to being competitive.

Even if the Spanish champion is known for his tenacity, it is claimed that his tremendous resolve is insufficient to enable him to return to the top levels. Everyone around him, including his team, family, and friends, is rightfully concerned about this tough situation.

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Feliciano Lopez, who spent a lot of lovely moments with Nadal, admitted that he was concerned about his health: “Nadal? As a buddy, he generally makes me nervous. He intends to compete at Roland Garros on a tennis level, but I’m more concerned about him as a buddy.

Although he has achieved success in his career, this circumstance is challenging. I hope he returns to Madrid because people are waiting for him. I feel hurt for him, much like Roger Federer felt when he had to give up playing. It most definitely wasn’t the send-off he desired in the Laver Cup.

On Rafael Nadal, Barbadillo said, “Here’s what worries us.”

By Antonio Zaccaro

Hello, I'm Antonio Zaccaro, tennis lover since I was 13. I started this blog out of pure passion, and now it has become my job. I constantly follow all the tournaments and I am always updated on all the news. What I know, I share with all my readers. My considerations are the result of hours and hours spent in front of screens and on tennis courts.