Rafael Nadal will be at Wimbledon 2022



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Rafael Nadal will be at Wimbledon 2022

He had pending answers to all his fans and the whole world on the outcome of the treatment that he would carry out in the weeks following the Roland Garros and on the next stages of programming: Rafael Nadal broke his silence and revealed his next steps in the ATP Tour, also giving important updates on his physical conditions.

The Spanish tennis player has been involved in an institutional event in the Balearic Islands in recent days together with President Francina Armengo, and has preferred not to release any statement on these issues to the journalists present, postponing the day of truth to Friday 17 June.

The champion called a press conference himself on this date and, around 1:45 pm, he talked about his future in these months on the tour. To anticipate the arguments of his statements a bit was the journalist of the National Radio of Spain (Rne) Javier de Diego, who through his Twitter account revealed what the plans of the winner of 22 Grand Slam titles would be (two of which in this fantastic 2022 season in Australia and in his second home in Paris).

Revealed as the Iberian, he will travel to London on Monday to better prepare himself on the grass and then play Wimbledon, the third prestigious appointment of the year which, however, will not award points.

Nadal confirms the rumors

The 36-year-old spoke directly from Mallorca and confirmed the latest throws at him from various sources: "My intention is to participate in Wimbledon.

I really hope to be physically ok," the Spaniard made official. Then he continued on the theme: "After three years without playing on grass you have to be patient. Every day the sensations in my foot have improved.

I have a week of training left in London, after already one carried out here in which I felt good. I hope it helps me to become competitive, in the end there is little logic," he declared during the press conference. So, there was the official announcement by the same athlete: in the 2022 edition there will also be Rafael Nadal at the starting line, with the dream (why not) of repeating the formidable performances shown at the Australian Open and Roland Garros.