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Rafael Nadal reveals when He’ll retire Tennis

Rafael Nadal reveals when He'll retire Tennis
Rafael Nadal reveals when He'll retire Tennis
Written by Tennis Shot
The Spaniard Rafael Nadal reveals when He will retire Tennis

The only thing that can stop any player in any sport is the injuries He faces.

In Tennis, there are many players who suffered from injuries and it was the reason

why they did not achieve many records in their career talking about Juan Martin Del Potro,

in other sports, there is The Brazilian Ronaldo who had injuries problem a lot with the injury and more players as well.

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One of these players is Rafael Nadal, and can be the most injured player on the ATP,

He had faced so many injuries in his body from up to down, and many people

believed that Nadal will have a short career because of facing these problems.

but He was smart with how to deal with it and He’s now one of the best players

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in Tennis history, He broke records and made his own records with his name.

Rafa’s uncle Toni thought that Rafa will be able to compete for another two or three years

because of the physical demands of his playing style.

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Rafael Nadal actually joined to Roger Federer and the journalist started asking him

about his retirement plans, but Rafa refused to answer this question.

“They already asked me this question but I can’t answer it” Nadal said

Rafa also mentioned He’s going to play as long as He’s healthy and has a good body,

besides that good training and do all the tasks He has to do as a Tennis player.

“I always say that as long as I am healthy, as long as I feel good physically, as long as I can do full training

sessions and have opportunities to win important tournaments, I will keep playing tennis.” Rafa added

“When one of these elements is lost, this will be a moment to think whether I should stop,”

also Roger Federer “I will never stop playing in one condition”

The Answer is clear Nadal and Federer agreed for the same words and both admitted they will not stop playing Tennis as long as they feel healthy and can do all that a Tennis player should do.