He suffered a leg injury last Friday against Shapovalov in the round of 16 in Rome
“See you Wednesday, Paris @rolandgarros, Rafael Nadal wrote on his Instagram account, the text below a photo of Monday’s training session at his Manecore Academy. The confirmation of his appearance at the second Grand Slam tournament of the season comes after concerns stemmed from a recurrence of an old leg injury he suffered against Denis Shapovalov during the round of the Masters 1000 in Rome last Friday.
The press conference after the loss to Canada had a very sad tone. 21. winner of big companies He was sad and depressed, saying that he would not be on the slopes for long if the acute pain caused by Muller-Weiss syndrome persisted. Although he did not say that he might pull out of Roland Garros, a tournament he has won 13 times, he did not fully confirm his presence.
Nadal has discussed the situation with his lifelong doctor, Angel Ruiz-Kottoro, who will accompany him throughout the tournament. He will emerge as the fifth seed, a rank that exposes him to a fictional duel with brand new champion Novak Djokovic in Rome in the quarter-finals if both end up on the same side of the draw. Quarterfinalist in Madrid, where he lost to Carlos Alcaraz, he also reaches the semi-finals with little to no matches and in the short tour on clay. At Indian Wells, where he was a finalist, he suffered a broken rib which kept him out for six weeks until reappearing at the Magic Box.
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