Regarding Rafa’s come back, his body and his motivations, tennis analyst Gill Gross agreed to believe he Spanish tennis star, as he explained in the podcast Monday Match Analysis
Rafael Nadal should be back on the tennis court in 2024, in what could (perhaps) be his last tennis season.Regarding his come back, his body and his motivations, tennis analyst Gill Gross agreed to believe he Spanish tennis star, as he explained in the podcast Monday Match Analysis.Gross told: “The obstacle for Rafa is clearly his body, and he has never been really without motivation.
Because I believe Nadal when he says he goes out there and kind of is pretty good at motivating from within without having to rely on really anything external.And I think that is clearly true by just how level his fight and his effort maintain.The thing with Rafa, part of the thing with Rafa, that has been so admired by everybody and it’s very well documented, is the guy fights for the point, seemingly.And maybe this is diminished a little bit, but the guy has always fought just as hard when he is up 3-0 in the set and down 30-0 in the return game.He fights just as hard there as when it’s 4 all deuce.
That is always been a thing with Nadal where it’s like: Whoa, this guy just goes point to point to point and basically plays like it’s the last point of his life every time. That is completely rare, completely unique. Jimmy Connors had a similar thing.
It’s a great weapon to have as a player.”
Toni gives updates on his nephew Rafael Nadal
While Rafael Nadal is on vacation with his family, Uncle Toni will take care of giving updates on his condition. The former coach spoke on the occasion of the Open Castilla y León-Villa de El Espinar about his nephew Rafa, who is in the pits recovering from the physical injuries that have dogged him in recent months.A special tournament also for the former world number one, who won the title twenty years ago, in 2003.Toni explained: “Winning the Challenger, which was said to be the best in the world, was important for us.
It served as good preparation for the US Open.We are very grateful to the efforts of all those who organize tournaments of this level. Rafa is fine, he’s on vacation, he wants to take to the court in 2024. Let’s hope Alcaraz let us win something then. He’s excited to be back and retiring to the track.”