‘Rafael Nadal had problems in New York’, says top coach

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'Rafael Nadal had problems in New York', says top coach

The Paris-Bercy Masters 1000 is one of the biggest events of the final stage of the tennis year. In the past, some tennis players used to skip this tournament in order to rest and prepare for the ATP Finals (perhaps if they were already qualified), but now the Paris tournament will see everyone in the spotlight, an event which has nothing to begrudge to the four Grand Slam events.

It’ll be the first Masters 1000 in history with Carlos Alcaraz as number one in the world. The Spanish miracle will have to defend against the double assault of Novak Djokovic and Rafael Nadal. The Serb is the defending champion and will want to show everyone that, despite a peculiar time, he’s still number one.
In fact, it must be said and flashed back several times that” Nole” has not been suitable to defend the title of number one in the world, the Serbian won Wimbledon without points and didn’t share in the Australian and United States Opens, a situation that in fact has forced him to relegate to the reverse of the world Top Ten.

Nadal, barring special family situations, should be at the event with the thing of trying to win one of the many events he has noway won. Number three after the two Spaniards is Casper Ruud the Norwegian showed formerly again in New York that he can contend on any face.
Behind last time’s finalist Daniil Medvedev, Alexander Zverev is also on the entry list. The German has been out of action for some time due to injury, but he seems to be getting near to a comeback.

Nadal won two Slams in 2022
Making a first assessment of the 2022 season of his whoreson Rafael Nadal, although the ultimate must still share in two events by the end of the season( Paris- Bercy and the Masters), Toni Nadal estimated in an interview granted to Marca that the time had been complicated despite the two Grand Slam titles won by the Mallorcan.

“ I spoke to him a moment( Tuesday) and he’s OK now. It’s true that he had a complicated time. This season could have been extraordinary, but it was marred by the constant problems he faced. The results were good as he won Australia and Roland Garros, but you leave with a bitter taste in your mouth.

At Wimbledon he was unfit to play a semi-final despite playing well and being an egregious title contender, he also had problems in New York. What an athlete wants overall is to be well and play well, and also to win. My whoreson won, but he’d more problems than you can bear occasionally.”

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