Rafael Nadal spoke out about the claims of Australian Open director Craig Tiley



by SEDEDIN DEDOVIC

Rafael Nadal spoke out about the claims of Australian Open director Craig Tiley
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Earlier today, we reported that Australian Open director Craig Tiley confirmed the news that Rafael Nadal is returning to the Australian Open next year. Later today, the Spanish tennis player Rafael Nadal spoke about the claims of the director of the Australian Open, Craig Tiley, that the winner of 22 Grand Slam cups will return to the courts in January, at the Grand Slam tournament in Melbourne.

He announced himself on the social network X (formerly Twitter), but his announcement did not fully clarify whether he is returning for the next Australian Open. "I appreciate the Australian Open's voice of confidence... I'm training every day and working hard to get back on the courts in Australia," the 37-year-old Nadal wrote.

Even if Nadal returns, it will be his last season With his latest announcement, Nadal neither confirmed nor denied that he will return to tennis in January, but from his announcement it can be concluded that this famous tennis player has a strong desire and motivation to return.

A few months ago, when he announced that he would not play at Roland Garros, Nadal said that his goal was to return to the courts at the end of the current season, in October or November, after a break due to injury, but now it is completely clear that this will not happen.

His doctor has announced that he needs several months of rehabilitation from the injury before he can return to 100 percent. We remind you that Rafael Nadal's doctor himself predicted that if everything goes well and if the recovery goes according to plan, Nadal could return to this year's Australian Open.

It is certain that the audience wanted to watch Nadal, and judging by the strong trainings, the player himself has great motivation and desire to return. We have to admit that it would be very interesting to see the battle again between the two best tennis players in the world, Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic. Whenever he returns, Nadal recently said that next year will be the last of his career.

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