It is said that Rafael Nadal (Spain), who announced that he will leave the tour for 6-8 weeks due to a left hip injury in the second round of the Australian Open singles in January this year, is said to be in a state of unknown when he will return even though the promised time has passed. Nadal, who has already missed the American spring series BNP Paribas Open and Miami Open, is known to be able to return during the European clay season starting in April. 안전놀이터
Nadal was scheduled to make a comeback at the ATP 1000 Monte Carlo Open, which will be held from April 10th. David Massey, tournament director for the tournament, said: “Nadal’s comeback is likely to be Monte Carlo. He is looking forward to competing at the Monte Carlo Masters and we are giving him every chance to play in his favorite tournament.” said.
However, on March 27, attending an event organized by a foundation he runs on his home island of Mallorca, Nadal said of the timing of his return, “It has not yet been decided whether he will play for Monte Carlo.” “I don’t know who leaks that information, but if it’s true (return to Monte Carlo) I’ll sign myself to play. Unfortunately, I can’t do that right now.”
“I’m on my way right now and I don’t know when I’ll be able to play again. That’s the truth. If I know when I’ll be able to come back, I’d love to say that, but I don’t know yet,” Nadal said. he emphasized.
Nadal, who is recording 1 win and 3 losses this season, is taking time to recover as he will turn 37 in June.