Nadal wants another “final fireworks”: “I don’t deserve to end like this”


Rafael Nadal He invites us to “accept things naturally and enjoy whatever comes”, focusing on his personal life as he sportingly announced “a complete stop”.

“I will stop, I will not train, I am not here to continue training. In many moments of failure, there is a moment when you have to stop it. If I don’t stop, I don’t think I can make it to next year. Let’s see if the body It is regenerating,” he explained.

He will miss tennis for a few months, with the desire to give himself a new opportunity from the end of the year to face 2024 in a position to compete.

As the “last firework” he referred to 2024, his last year. “It is my philosophy and I maintain it, make one more effort to give myself another chance,” he stressed.

He was clear about how he wanted to say goodbye. “I don’t deserve to end up like this, in a press conference. I would like it to be otherwise. Let it be in my hands”, enjoying the most special tournaments on the track.

“I don’t know what the future will bring, but I want to give myself the opportunity to play the tournament I feel next year.” Close your journey on track. He entered the elite in 2005, he has 22 Grand Slam titles, including 14 Roland Garros. Near the age of 37, he will fight to say goodbye to what Rafael Nadal.

“Fighting for the big tournaments. Giving me an opportunity to end up on a tennis court, feeling like a player of a good level. Fighting for it,” he concluded.

Source: La Verdad


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