Rafa Nadal: «I will fight to return, but I have to be realistic, the clock is ticking»

Rafa Nadal has presented this morning the documentary on the Rafa Nadal Academy, Building champions, which will premiere on Friday the 17th and in which you will be able to see what the daily work at the center is like to train future tennis stars. The Spaniard has also talked about how he feels after undergoing a new treatment on his foot, due to an injury that will keep him off the track for the remainder of the year. «One has to be realistic, the clock is ticking. But I still have the illusion and I am going to fight to return, “said the Spaniard.

Without crutches, Rafa Nadal He was attending this Wednesday the presentation of the documentary about his academy in Manacor. A production recorded during a year and that will be released this Friday simultaneously in Amazon prime and in Movistar +. In it you will be able to see what is the method with which they work day by day with young tennis players to make them great racket professionals in the future. Some of them are already bearing their fruits, such as Dani Rincón, recent winner of the US Open Junior.

One of the great focuses of interest was to know the state of Rafa Nadal, after undergoing a new treatment to treat a foot ailment that has dragged on since the beginning of his career and that has left him out of the circuit in the last section of the anus. Well, I’ve been better, still a little sore. A complicated time on a personal and professional level, but with the illusion of improving, of facing a process that will be difficult, painful, but that I have to go through to try to put myself in a position to fight again for what I want and I am determined to do it, ”Nadal declared.

«The script included playing the US Open, Wimbledon, the illusion of Tokyo … I was not lame today, with crutches a few days ago, but the scripts are not to be followed to the letter. It is essential to adapt and accept things as they come. I have had many things better than I had ever dreamed of, but also complicated things at the injury level. But there has always been a way to get ahead. Over the years one has to be realistic, the clock is ticking. But I still have the illusion and with these things too. I will fight to return », assured the Balearic.

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