Rafael Nadal started the Clay court season in a very positive form in Monte Carlo 2021 after crashing his opponent in the previous round, for that, The Spaniard revealed how He feels during the start of his favorite surface.
The first thing Rafael Nadal opened up is his previous match and how it was, then He talked about last year’s clay season and what happened then.
Rafael Nadal explains how He feels ahead of the Clay Season
“It was a solid match, I think. Of course, a very positive result. He’s a good player on clay. [It was a] positive start for me,” Nadal said. “I think I just really played a solid match. Nothing unbelievable, but nothing wrong. Just a solid match, a positive start. I think I did what I had to do today.”
“Honestly, I just played two tournaments on clay [last year]. That’s the truth. I never felt last year that I played a full clay-court season. I just played Rome and Roland Garros, For the same time that you told me you should feel strange because we have a shorter gap, at the same time inside myself I never had a real clay-court season last year.
Rafael Nadal reveals his current situation at the 2021 Clay season
Rafael Nadal is feeling confident ahead of the Clay season and reveals He had a great practice session in his academy to prepare for the red surface.
“I am just trying to adapt myself and trying to make the decisions that I feel more comfortable always.”
“I feel good, yeah. I think I had great practice sessions for the last three, four weeks,” Nadal said. “I feel in good shape, honestly. You can win, you can lose, you can play better or worse. In terms of physically and mentally, I’m enjoying being on the Tour.”
“Tomorrow I have a very tough opponent in front [of me], so I need to be at my 100 per-cent every single moment,” Rafael Nadal said.