Nadal returns after a year, injured again Absent participation in the first major tournament of the season, the Australian Open
Rafael Nadal (37, Spain) suffered another injury on his return from injury after a year and will not participate in the Australian Open, the first major tournament of the season.
Nadal announced the news of his injury through social networking service (SNS) on the 7th (Korean time) and said, “I am not in a physical condition where I can play to the fifth set at the highest level.”
“I will return to Spain (from Australia) to receive treatment,” he said, adding, “My goal is to get back to my best condition within three months.”
Nadal participated in the Brisbane International on the Men’s Professional Tennis (ATP) Tour held in Brisbane, Australia earlier this month, making his return a year after the Australian Open in January last year.
However, Nadal was injured again in this tournament.
He lost to Jordan Thompson (55th, Australia) in the quarterfinals of the tournament held on the 5th with a set score of 1-2 (7-5 6-7 3-6). During the third set, he hurt his leg, which had undergone surgery in June of last year. I felt pain in the area and called for a medical timeout.
In an interview after the game, Nadal explained, “My leg muscles were slightly damaged, but fortunately, the MRI (magnetic resonance imaging) results showed that it was not the area where I had been injured before.” 카지노사이트
At the same time, he added, “I rehabilitated hard for a year to return to this competition,” and “I was able to find positive aspects in this competition.”
Nadal, who will sit out the Australian Open, will undergo rehabilitation and play in the French Open, her second major tournament of the season, which opens in May.
Nadal, who is expected to retire at the end of this year, currently has a world ranking of 672. She is expected to advance to the quarterfinals at this Brisbane competition and enter the top 450, up about 200 places in the rankings to be announced on the 8th. 슬롯사이트