Rafael Nadal gives up on Roland Garros after winning 14 times

Spanish daily Marca Internet Edition reported on the 17th that Rafael Nadal (36, Spain) will not participate in the French Open (opening on the 28th), which boasts a record of 14 victories including last year. After suffering a hip injury at the Australian Open in January, Nadal was diagnosed for 6 to 8 weeks and focused on rehabilitation training, but was unable to recover to normal condition. 

Nadal was expected to return in the clay season, but it was unclear whether he would participate in Roland Garros, skipping all the Monte Carlo Open, Barcelona Open, Madrid Open and Italian Open.

Nadal is scheduled to hold a special interview at the Rafa Nadal Academy in Mallorca on the 18th local time, at which he is expected to officially announce his absence from Roland Garros.카지노사이트

“Rafael Nadal will hold a press conference tomorrow at 4pm at the Rafa Nadal Academy to announce whether he will compete for Roland Garros. Whether he plays or not, either way will be communicated tomorrow,” said Nadal’s PR team in a statement released on the 17th. revealed  

Local media in Spain are all reporting that Nadal’s absence from Roland Garos is an established fact.

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