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Nadal won 14 Roland Garros, he believes he is retiring to Wimbledon

(Sports news, tennis news) The audience is afraid that Rafael Nadal will retire, but “Gaur” is still passionate and eager to fight.


Video of the award ceremony of the Roland Garros men’s singles championship 2022

Rafael Nadal arrives at Roland Garros 2022 with a lot of doubts, because before that he had to leave the Rome Masters with limp steps. But when coming to France, to Roland Garros clay, Nadal turns into a “Gaur” who is always energetic, ready to knock all obstacles.

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Nadal looks forward to Wimbledon 2022

Throughout the tournament two things were almost the same. After each victory Nadal talked about a foot injury and when all the audience and experts thought that Rafa could not win the next match, he went on the field and defeated the opponent.

After the win against Novak Djokovic In the quarter-finals, Marca (Spain) newspaper reported that Nadal would take time to fully treat an injury, which could cause him to miss Wimbledon. However, “Gaur” Nadal said he will continue to play at the Grand Slam grass court after winning 14 Roland Garros and reaching the 22 Grand Slam milestone.

“I don’t know what might happen in the future but I will continue to fight for more titles. Wimbledon is always a priority. If my body adapts to the new treatment I will continue competing. I won’t take painkillers anymore, I don’t want to depend on it,” Nadal rejected the news of retirement, heading to Wimbledon.

Wimbledon, the grass-court Grand Slam will take place from June 27 to July 10 in England. This year the event won’t count players bonus points, but it’s still a place where every player wants to lift the trophy. If he continues to win Wimbledon, Nadal has a chance to reach a record of winning all 4 Grand Slams in a calendar year (if he wins the US Open at the end of the year).

Despite the annoying foot injury, “Gaur” still won Roland Garros 2022, it seems that no limit is too much for “King of Clay” Nadal on his forte court.

According to the National Assembly (Ho Chi Minh City Tourism Magazine)

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