“I think I will be at Roland Garros”, hopes Nadal

“I think I will be at Roland Garros”, hopes Nadal
“I think I will be at Roland Garros”, hopes Nadal

“There are two options, one is to say + I’m not playing well enough, I’m not ready + and then the decision is not to play Roland-Garros,” explained the former N. 1 in the world, now 305th in the ATP rankings, after his defeat against the Pole Hubert Hurkacz 6-1, 6-3.

“The other (option) is to accept where I am now, to work in the right way to be ready in two weeks,” “Rafa” continued. “The decision, as you can imagine, is not clear in my mind today. If I have to tell you what I think at the moment, I think I will be at Roland Garros to give the best of myself,” continued the Spaniard, winner 14 times in his Parisian garden.

“Physically I have problems, but not serious enough to say that I will not play the most important tournament of my career. We will see what will happen, how I will feel tomorrow, in a week, I will try to be there,” he concluded. Nadal, almost 38 years old, returned to the circuit last month after a forced break of more than three months to treat an abdominal injury.

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