The beginning of the end: Rafael Nadal's return to the courts already has a date
The Spanish tennis player Rafael Nadal was grateful for the "confidence vote" of the Australian Open of tennis that announced earlier in the day that the Balearic player, winner of 22 Grand Slam titles, will be part of the team of the first big of the seasonin Melbourne early next year.
On their social networks, in response to the words of Craig Tileydirector of the oceanic tournament that announced the return of 'La Fiera', declared:
I appreciate the vote of confidence from the Australian Open… I am practicing every day and working hard to get back as soon as possible.
I appreciate the vote of confidence from the Australian Open… I am practicing every day and working hard to come back asap 💪🏻😉
— Rafa Nadal (@RafaelNadal) October 11, 2023
Tiley indicated in the program Today of Australian television that the double champion of the Australian Open will be part of the event that will begin in Melbourne on next January 14.
We can exclusively reveal that Rafa will return. She's been away (from the court) most of the year and, speaking to him the last few days, she confirmed that she will be returning (to the Australian Open), which we are very excited about. Is incredible.
The director stressed that Nadalwho previously announced that next season may be his last season in tennis“will show up to win”, just as he did in 2009 and 2022.
The next Australian Open will begin on a Sunday, January 14, and will last for fifteen days, one more than in previous editions, to spare players the burden of matches and excessive schedules. A change that the tournament itself considers “historic.”
Nadal, from 37 yearsplayed his last official match on January 18when he fell in the second round of the Australian Open 6-4, 6-4 and 7-5 against the American Mackenzie McDonald.
A week ago Nadal could be seen training on a tennis court at his academy in Manacor (Mallorca) after the hip operation that he underwent at the beginning of last Junein a video that he broadcast through his account on the social network instagram.
In this you can see Nadal returning forehand and backhand balls from the back of the court as part of a training thinking about his return to competition.
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