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Do you say goodbye to your people? Nadal could play for the last time in front of the Spanish public

Do you say goodbye to your people?  Nadal could play for the last time in front of the Spanish public

The Spanish tennis player Rafael Nadal began his participation in the Madrid Masters 1000, with a victory against Darwin Blanch, a tournament where he would say goodbye to the public of his native country.

The Spanish tennis player Rafael Nadal This Thursday he began his participation in the Madrid Masters 1000with victory against Darwin Blancha tournament where he would say goodbye to the public of his native country.

The Mallorcan, winner of 22 Grand Slam titles and five-time champion in Madrid (2005, 2010, 2013, 2014 and 2017)will debut in the tournament against the American Darwin Blancha young man of only 16 years old who is projected as one of the greatest promises in tennis.

The last few years were very complicated for Nadal on a physical level, a situation that led him to seriously rethink his future as a professional. Everything indicates that he will put an end to his career after the clay court tour, which will conclude after Roland GarrosGrand Slam that he won 14 times and in which he showed a dominance never before seen in the sport.

In any case, another of his goals is to dispute the Paris Olympic Gameswhich will begin at the end of July and will take place in the facilities where it is disputed Roland Garros.

This is why participation in Madrid most likely it is the farewell Nadal before the Spanish public.

Bad feelings about Rafael Nadal

In the last days, Nadal revealed that it does not arrive in the best conditions to Madrid: “It’s difficult, the feelings of the week for me have not been perfect”he confessed at a press conference.

In any case, he explained that “I wouldn’t go out to play tomorrow. The thing is that it’s Madrid, there are many things that mix on an emotional level and lead me to make the decision to go out and play for totally personal reasons”.

Despite how worrying these statements are regarding his participation in the upcoming tournaments, he took the drama out of the situation: “This doesn’t mean I’m giving up anything in the coming weeks, I don’t know what might happen.”

“I’m going to be fighting and doing the things I have to do to try to play in Paris (Roland Garros). If you can, you can, and if you can’t, you can’t. But I’m not going to play in Paris if I’m like today”he concluded.

Source: Ambito

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