Rafael Nadal did not come to London to do extras.
While he will only be accompanied by one of his coaches in the person of Fransisco Roig, Carlos Moya having remained with his family in Spain, the man with 22 Grand Slam titles is simply aiming for the title on the London lawn.
That’s exactly what Roig said in an interview for Cope’s Party. “Rafael Nadal doesn’t come to Wimbledon to have a good tournament, he comes to win. The top three tournament favorites are Djokovic, Berrettini and Rafa, in that order. But if Rafa passes the first week, he will overtake Berrettini. »
Exceptionally present on the Center Court of Wimbledon against Matteo Berrettini this Thursday during a 45-minute training session, Rafael Nadal was able to realize the impressive level of the Italian on grass after losing 6 games at 4.
Published on Thursday, June 23, 2022 at 6:50 PM