Nadal has won the first two Grand Slam tournaments of the year – the Australian Open and Roland Garros – for the first time in his career. It puts him halfway to the Grand Slam of the calendar, although the Spaniard has been in doubt for Wimbledon due to his chronic injury, and has now shared his plans for the tournament after winning the Open of France.
“I will be at Wimbledon if my body is ready to play Wimbledon,” confirmed the world number 5. “Wimbledon is not a tournament I want to lose, I don’t think anyone wants to lose Wimbledon. I love Wimbledon, I was very successful in it, I had incredible emotions, so all the credit and respect for the tournament and for a player like I’m always ready to play Wimbledon. “
But the 36-year-old said he would only compete if a treatment he will have on his foot next week manages to alleviate the pain of his chronic injury. Nadal confessed to having played the French Open with injections of anesthesia into the nerve of his foot to prevent him from feeling the pain but does not want to “do it”. [it] again “in his career.
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