Rafael Nadal’s Participation in French Open Still Doubtful
Rafael Nadal is still uncertain if he can recover to defend his French Open title. He said that his recovery process is taking longer than the initial estimate. Thus, he pulled out of some tournaments in Barcelona, Monte Carlo, and Madrid.
Nadal injured his hip in the second round of the Australian Open. It resulted in his defeat to Mackenzie McDonald. However, he hoped to return to action within six to eight weeks. Unfortunately, he had to change his plan during the 14th week of his treatment.
According to pay per head sportsbook sources, it has been difficult for Nadal for several weeks. His team followed all medical recommendations. However, the treatment’s progress is not what they expect it to be.
Nadal in French Open
Nadal is the best player to ever play on clay courts since he has won more titles than anybody else at the Monte Carlo, Barcelona, and Madrid tournaments combined.
Based on the best pay per head bookie, Nadal has a record-breaking 14 chances to win the French Open, which starts on May 28.
According to bookie pay per head sources, Nadal had to maintain the right attitude. Also, he wants to allow himself to compete in one of the tournaments during the clay season. In addition, he had no choice but to work and maintain the right mentality.
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