Nadal’s calendar and his doubts after another Roland Garros

Nadal's calendar and his doubts after another Roland Garros

After earning your 13th Roland Garros in which beat in the final a Novak Djokovic 6-0, 6-2 and 7-5, Rafael Nadal manifested himself after beating the Serbian and at a press conference. In it, he expressed that he does not know what he will do after his triumph in Paris and questioned his participation in the ATP Finals in London.

With his victory already consummated, Nadal sowed the doubt that it will happen in his near future. “I don’t even know my schedule. I don’t know what I’m going to do after here. I can’t say if I’m going to keep playing or not keep playing for the next few months. I didn’t make up my mind, so I’m not sure if I’m going to keep following the normal schedule or if I stop playing until next year. It’s something I have to decide. It’s just a conversation I need to have with my family and my team especially for the next few days. I need to calm down, analyze the situation and analyze the future. “ The Mallorcan expressed at a press conference, sowing the uncertainty of his participation in the traditional end-of-year Masters.

“It has been a difficult year but winning here means a lot to me. I am not going to take it as that I caught up with Roger Federer with 20 titles. More represents winning here for the 13th time the tournament that represents the most in my family. Just playing here it is a true inspiration. This city and this field for me are unforgettable “ He declared about the record he reached, in which he equaled Roger Federer as the two tennis players with the most Grand Slam in his career.

In addition, he also dedicated words of praise to Novak Djokovic, of which he said that “What you have done for tennis is very special. On the one hand it is nice to share this time that we have lived on the court and on the other hand we know that it is very difficult because we have fought great battles. Congratulations” he expressed after the victory.

Regarding the stop that was experienced as a result of the coronavirus pandemic, the Spanish said that he went through very complicated months. “The reality is that most of the people see me with the trophy up here and think” he has won again “, but the reality is that my day to day is much more complicated than all that. I know where I come from and I know that after the stop there have been very complicated months, things that nobody knows but that for me have been very complicated on a physical level. With which the fact of being unemployed for two months cost me a lot and the truth is that it cost me a lot to return to training at an adequate level. I had a lot of help and many people who have supported me: family, team, my doctor. In the end it is normal for one to get excited “ declared the Mallorcan at a press conference.

He also spoke about the adverse conditions this Roland Garros had for him. “From the first day I arrived here, the conditions were not suitable for me but my attitude has been almost perfect from the first training session. Not a bad face, always training with intensity and always seeing things positively. As I said from the beginning. first day, I’m not going to fail even if the conditions are not perfect for me ” express.

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