The most anticipated image: Rafa Nadal is already training in Brisbane, three days after his return

The most anticipated image: Rafa Nadal is already training in Brisbane, three days after his return

There are three days left until Rafael Nadal compete again on a tennis court. He will do it in Brisbane, where this Thursday he posted an image that has triggered optimism among Spanish and world tennis fans. Rafa landed this Thursday in Australia and has already trained on the courts of the Queensland Tennis Center in Brisbane, as reflected in the image that she has posted on her networks in which she heads to the training court with her coach and friend Carlos Moyá .

Nadal puts an end to eleven months in the dry dock due to an injury that has prevented him from exercising and playing on the circuit. The man from Manacor withdrew from the last Australian Open due to injury and in June ended up opting to undergo surgery for an injury to his left iliac psoas. Since then there has been speculation about his return to the courts and even his definitive retirement from tennis, but the Spaniard has been very clear in this regard: “I don’t deserve to retire in a press room. “It would have been very disappointing.”

“Hello, Australia!”

Now Rafa arrives very excited to this ATP 250 tournament in Brisbane, where there is a huge expectation, despite the fact that Nadal has warned that he simply wants to “recover sensations and compete again.” The Spaniard posted a message on his social media that read “Hello, Australia!”, which has sparked a huge number of messages welcoming him on his return to the slopes.

This Thursday Nadal planned to train on court number 2 of the facilities in the company of the Danish Holger Rune, world number 8, and on Friday he plans to participate in a promotional event on the street with young fans. Nadal has thanked the fan support from the first moment of his absence in recent months and wants to return that affection to the people, who from Spain to Australia have gone out of their way to return to the slopes.

The Spaniard, winner of 22 Grand Slams, has fallen from position number 2 in the ATP ranking to 663, something he has downplayed in these days prior to his return. “What I want is to feel those sensations of competing again.. Having fun on the court again and the results are secondary at the moment. “They have been complicated months and now it’s time to enjoy this return,” Nadal said before taking the plane to Australia. Rafa is back and her face says it all.

2023-12-28 10:03:09
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