On June 17, 2022, Rafael Nadal of Spain will board a train at the Rafael Nadal Academy in Manacor on the island of Mallorca, Spain.Reuters
Palma de Mallorca, Spain: Rafael Nadal said on Friday that he intends to fight at Wimbledon later this month in an attempt to win a record 23rd Grand Slam title.
Nadaru, 36, who turned 36 earlier this month after winning both the Australian and French Open this year, said at a news conference that his injured leg pain had eased and he would travel to London on Monday to start preparing for the tournament. ..
Nadal, who won the Wimbledon in 2008 and 2010, said at a press conference in Mallorca, “I’m happy. I haven’t been dragging for a week.” “I noticed a change in treatment, but I still have strange sensations and sometimes I can’t feel my feet, but the pain of not being able to support my weight with my feet has subsided.”
Nadal said he plans to travel to London on Monday and will evaluate how he feels after a week of training and exhibition matches.
“My intention is to play at Wimbledon, but it all depends on my physical condition next week. Tell me I have been painless and practicing for a week, so I might have a chance. Give me. To play in the tournament. “
Nadal said in Paris last month that he had a painful injection in the French Open injection before each match, but he doesn’t want to repeat it in other tournaments.
The issue, which forced him to take a five-month vacation in 2021, returned to Rome before the French Open after he returned in May from a six-week injury break.
Nadal hasn’t played at Wimbledon since 2019, when he reached the semi-finals. The following year, the tournament was not held due to the COVID-19 pandemic and missed the 2021 edition due to injury. He last reached the Wimbledon final 11 years ago, when he finished second in Novak Djokovic.
“I haven’t played on the grass for three years, so I have to adapt. Every day, I feel better and feel better. I have another week to play and test myself little by little. You have to do it, “Nadal said. “It’s very important to move forward in the first round. When you move forward, you’ll speed up to the end. You have to survive no matter what.”
Nadaru also confirmed that his wife, Mary Perero, was pregnant with her first child.
“If all goes well, I’ll be a father. I’m not used to talking about private life. We live more peacefully with a modest attitude. It can make a big difference in my life. I don’t think. “He said.
“At this point everything is working and I’m not a friend who will change what works. My intention is to play at Wimbledon, breaks, and Canada and prepare for the US Open.”