French cyclists complain of Nadal intrusion: “What he did was impossible on a bicycle”


“For a cyclist that is prohibited, but even if it wasn’t, the whole world would call him dope,” explains Guillaume Martin in an interview published by. crew,

Nadal after his win at Roland Garros.
Nadal after his win at Roland Garros.Mohammad BadraEFE

intrusion Rafael Nadal The easing of pain in their left leg is bothering many French cyclists, as they claim this therapy is allowed in tennis, but prohibited in cycling. What Nadal did would have been impossible on the bike, and I think that’s normal. If you’re sick or injured, you don’t run, you don’t compete, it seems common sense to athletes’ health, explains Guillaume Martin In an interview published by l’quipe this Tuesday.

In the long run, I’m not sure it will do any good to Nadal’s ankle. Intrusions can have a performance impact, so I feel like they’re pretty borderline, says Martin, a cyclist and philosophy expert. He has written many books on the subject.

an opinion shared Thibaut Pinot, The French cyclist, a member of the Movement for Credible Cycling (MPCC), had already reacted via Twitter. The 32-year-old was shocked to see that Rafael Nadal did not report the exact number of injections he received during the fortnight in Paris.

However Guillaume Martin acknowledged that, beyond the laws, the image between the two sports is also very different to the public and to the media. For a cyclist that’s prohibited, but even if it wasn’t, everyone would jump on him calling him doped, the 28-year-old sprinter explains, is aware that his sport had suffered greatly due to the doping cases that surfaced in the 90s and 2000s. While people praise Nadal for being able to go this far with pain. Cycling winners, especially those at the Tour, are systematically accused of doping, even if there is no element behindAAD.

A debate in Rafael Nadal’s case, which will end soon. The Spaniard has announced that he will not undergo this medical procedure again in the future. A technique that allows you to play without pain, but without any feeling or sensitivity, such as teeth being put on by a dentist. A new radiofrequency treatment to avoid an operation at age 36 Which could compromise the end of his career when he announced his intention to play Wimbledon at the end of June

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