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“He wants to take advantage of the good sporting moment” Toni Nadal is optimistic about Rafael Nadal’s chances of making it to Wimbledon

Toni Nadal thinks that Rafael Nadal should definitely play Wimbledon and continue his amazing run at grand slams in 2022.

Toni Nadal and Rafael Nadal

Rafael Nadal’s chances of playing or not playing Wimbledon are still at 50-50. At first the 22-time Grand Slam champion wasn’t sure himself that if he would be able to compete at Wimbledon but the situation has got even more confusing in the past few days.

From Pundits to legends of the game all believe that Nadal should play at Wimbeldon and continue his amazing run at grand slams. However, Nadal is a bit skeptical because of the injuries he is being dealing with injuries and health issues.

According to doctors, Nadal needs to be careful with his body and not over-exerting himself because that could lead into much more serious injuries. The Spaniard has been going really well on court but he needs to focus on his physical health as well.

Toni Nadal, Rafa’s uncle and former coach had lots of things to say about the chances of his nephew playing at Wimbledon. Accoridng to him, Nadal should definitely play and take advantage of the good sporting moment.

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Toni Nadal thinks Rafael Nadal will play Wimbledon

Rafael Nadal

Rafael Nadal’s decision to play or not play Wimbledon isn’t final yet. The Spaniard confirmed wither his presence or absence at the tournament and it would be interesting to see if he is able to make it to the tournament with his health coming into question now.

Toni Nadal his uncle and who has been his former coach said, “Wimbledon starts in less than two weeks, so let’s see if my nephew is there or not. I think that he will be and that the treatment goes well,”

“He wants to take advantage of the good sporting moment that he is going through and that has led him to be the winner of the two Grand Slams. He has had to overcome many difficulties and is still there despite having already won many things and being very successful. Since 2005, he has been playing with a lot of pain to the point of sometimes being unable to finish a training session.” He added

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