Rafael Nadal, the legendary Spanish tennis player, has announced his withdrawal from this year’s Rome Masters, which will further delay his return to the court. Nadal, who has a massive fan following in Italy, expressed his regret at not being able to participate in the tournament that has played a significant role in his career.
He acknowledged the love and support of Italian fans and thanked them for their unwavering support throughout the years.
Despite noticing an improvement in his condition, Nadal acknowledged that he has not been able to train at a high level for many months, and the readaptation process takes time. The 22-time Grand Slam champion has no choice but to accept this and continue working towards his return to the court.
Nadal’s absence from Rome Masters will undoubtedly disappoint his fans, but they will be eagerly waiting for his return to competitive tennis.
Rafael Nadal’s decision to skip this year’s Rome Masters means he will arrive at the French Open after more than four months without playing a competitive match.
The Spanish player expressed his regret in a social media post and acknowledged the pain of missing yet another tournament that has played a crucial role in his professional and personal career. Nadal, who is known for his never-say-die attitude, has been battling injuries and is taking time to recover fully before his return to the court.