Nadal is encouraged to dethrone Djokovic at Wimbledon, Wawrinka praises the greatest

(Sports news, Tennis news) Rafael Nadal is still “running against time” to compete in Wimbledon after just being crowned Roland Garros. The uncle of “Gaur” has just announced good news to millions of fans of the record holder and won the 22nd Grand Slam title in his career.

Video of Rafael Nadal receiving this year’s Roland Garros men’s singles trophy:

Rafael Nadal has just defeated Casper Ruud 6-3, 6-3, 6-0 in the final on June 5 to crown Roland Garros 2022. “Gaur” has reached the double record of 14 times French Open champion. and won 22 Grand Slam singles men. However, a persistent left foot injury is worrying Nadal and his fans.

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Toni Nadal, Rafael Nadal’s uncle and former teacher, believes his grandson will still attend Wimbledon 2022

Rafa even announced that he would only attend Wimbledon this year (June 27 – July 10) if he was really healthy. The 36-year-old Spaniard will use a new method to treat left foot injuries when choosing radiofrequency pulse therapy to correct the function of damaged nerves. This is a rather unique measure, but also has many potential risks.

However, recently, Mr. Toni Nadal – uncle and also a longtime former coach who has been with many ups and downs in Rafael Nadal’s career, has insisted that his nephew can compete at Wimbledon 2022 in the hope of disqualifying him. reigning champion Novak Djokovic.

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Will Nadal be able to sow Djokovic again at Wimbledon like in the quarterfinals of Roland Garros this year?

Speaking to Eurosport Espania channel, Mr. Toni said: “Wimbledon will start in less than two weeks. Let’s see if my grandson is there. I think he will make it in time for this tournament and the regulation. Injury treatment is going well. Rafa wants to take advantage of the moment of good form he is having and that has made him the champion of the past two Grand Slams (Australian Open and Roland Garros 2022).” .

In 2005, Nadal was diagnosed with Mueller-Weiss syndrome, which causes him to experience chronic pain in his left foot. However, the former world No. 1 player can still have a very long and successful career.

Sharing about that difficult time with Rafa, Mr. Toni Nadal said: “He had to overcome many difficulties but still stood firm and still achieved many successes. Since 2005, Rafa has had to play with so much pain that sometimes he feels like he can’t finish a training session at all.”

Meanwhile, Angel Ruiz-Cotorro, a doctor who has treated Nadal for many years, said that the fourth-ranked player on the ATP rankings is monitoring his injury treatment and hopes to be able to play. at Wimbledon this year.

Sharing on Spanish radio, Ruiz-Cotorro confided: “Rafa is closely following the treatment and is recovering well. In the next two or three days we will look at the effects of the trauma treatment. In four days, we will take him to the tennis court and assess how well the treatment is progressing.”

“If there is any discomfort after treating Rafa, we will have to see if he can play at Wimbledon,” said Spanish medical expert Angel Ruiz-Cotorro. .

Meanwhile, a longtime rival of Rafael Nadal, Stan Wawrinka, also had to admire the talent of “Gaur”.

Even recently, on his personal Twitter page, the Swiss tennis player also re-shared the post of Roland Garros account about Nadal’s 14th coronation at this tournament, with the icon of a goat attached to it. English is GOAT, which is also the 4 abbreviations of the phrase “Greatest Of All Time” next to a picture of a gold trophy.

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Stan Wawrinka thinks Nadal is “the greatest tennis player of all time”, not Federer or Djokovic

The implication of Wawrinka is to praise Nadal for surpassing Federer and Djokovic to deserve to become the greatest tennis player of all time.


Nadal is present in Barcelona for treatment of injury, will he be able to race at Wimbledon?

(Sports news, tennis news) Rafael Nadal is currently in his hometown to treat injuries in a new way. The opportunity for the 36-year-old tennis player to attend Wimbledon is still open.

According to Dang Duc (Collected from Tennis World USA) (Ho Chi Minh City Tourism Magazine)


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