The 17 Grand Slam title admitted after the Monte Carlo Rolex that He had been through tough times
The Spaniard started the season with two injuried in the abdominal and ankle problems
and in Indian Wells suffered from the knee injury which forced him to withdraw from both tournaments
Rafa mentioned that He’s good now ahead of the beginning of the Clay court season, and He was not
feeling well in early season in Australia and Indian Wells with the both injuried
“[I feel] good. This beginning of the season has been a little bit tough for me in terms of problems.
“I went through some hard times if I’m being honest.
“This is always tough to accept like what happened in Indian Wells.
“But the only way is to keep going, keep trying with passion, even if it is tough to accept, tough to wake up again, stand up again and try.
“Hopefully I will start on Wednesday so I have at least four more days to practice.”