Nadal says he would not travel to US Open
ordinarily, Rafael Nadal would likely be closing in on a 13th Roland Garros title this week. Instead, he is home in Mallorca trying to make sense of a world that feels anything but normal. Speaking via Zoom to tennis media, the day after is 34th birthday, Nadal was asked his thoughts of playing at the […]
ordinarily, Rafael Nadal would likely be closing in on a 13th Roland Garros title this week. Instead, he is home in Mallorca trying to make sense of a world that feels anything but normal.Speaking via Zoom to tennis media, the day after is 34th birthday, Nadal was asked his thoughts of playing at the US Open, of which he is reigning champion.
“If you asked me today if I want to travel today to New York to play a tennis tournament, I will say: no, I will not,” the world No 2 told reporters. “In a couple of months, I don’t know. Hopefully yes. Read more: Daily Trust »
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