Rafael Nadal (Spain), who won the French Open 14 times in his career, the most ever, has less than two weeks left before the start of the tournament, and his chances of participating are gradually disappearing.
As usual, Nadal is in the style of gradually improving his condition by participating in the clay season, but this year, he is concentrating on treatment for four months after a left hip injury sustained at the Australian Open in January.먹튀검증
He did not participate in the Monte Carlo Masters and Madrid Open, and gave up the Italian Open, saying, “I still need time to adapt.” According to the report of the French magazine L’Equipe, the Bordeaux Challenger, which started on May 14, offered a wild card, but Nadal rejected it as well.
As the opportunity for a warm-up competition before Roland Garros is gone, if you compete in the French Open, you will have to play the actual match right away without rehearsal. It is doubtful whether Nadal will be able to overcome his 4-month hiatus at once.
Nadal won his 14th title last year at Roland Garros, playing on painkillers for a nerve in his leg. Fans are paying attention to whether Nadal, who resurrected after experiencing many setbacks in the past, will be able to celebrate his 37th birthday on the Roland Garros Court this year.