Rafael Nadal withdrew due to injury from Indian Wells | Video
Rafael Nadal It will be one of the great absences in the BNP Paribas Open, celebrated on Indian Wells, Calif., announced this Tuesday the American tournament considered the fifth Grand Slam of the season.
Three-time BNP Paribas Open Champion Rafa Nadal has withdrawn from the 2023 tournament due to injury.
“We wish Rafa continued healing, and hope to see him back at the BNP Paribas Open next year,” said Tournament Director Tommy Haas. pic.twitter.com/6TdzOT6qY9
— BNP Paribas Open (@BNPPARIBASOPEN) February 28, 2023
“We wish Rafa that he continues to heal and we hope to see him back next year," he said in a statement. Tommy Haas, director of Indian Wells, explaining that the Spaniard has officially withdrawn from the tournament.
In the last Australian Open, nadal presented an injury to the iliac psoas of his left leg in mid-January and has a recovery period of between six and eight weeks.
At the beginning of February, nadal announced that he could not play due to injury exhibition that was scheduled for March 5 in Las Vegas, in front of his compatriot Carlos Alcaraz.
That withdrawal had left his participation in Indian Wells up in the air, first Masters 1000 of the season and that will be disputed March 6 to 19 in the Californian desert, until this Tuesday it was confirmed that he will finally not be able to be there.
Nadal is triple champion of Indian Wells and in 2022 he fell in the final of this tournament against the American Taylor Fritz.
With Indian Wells ruled out, the next stop on the calendar is the Miami Open (March 19 to April 2), an appointment for which Nadal is registered, but that it is not yet known if he will finally dispute.
On his official Twitter account, Rafael Nadal posted a couple of videos in which he is observed with his rehabilitation routine in gym, At the same time, he regretted his absence due to a major cause from the first Master 1000 tournament of the season.
I am sad that I won't be able to compete at Indian Wells or Miami.
Very sad not to be there. I'll miss all my US fans but I hope to see them later this year during the summer swing. pic.twitter.com/v6dsf1ayTI
— Rafael Nadal (@RafaelNadal) February 28, 2023
(With information from EFE)
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