Tennis news today, Ekings News latest reports that the latest Australian Open champion Rafael Nadal has returned to training after a four-week break due to a broken rib. With one month left to prepare before the French Open tournament, this Spanish tennis player will chase the championship for the 14th time. This is to extend the record of most won championships.
Rafael Nadal, 35, made his last appearance in the Indian Wells final against Taylor Fritz on March 22 and lost in a row. The injury forced him to cancel Monte Carlo and Barcelona clay court games.
“After four weeks without stepping on the tennis court, today is the first soft training session,” Rafael Nadal wrote on Twitter with a picture of him training on clay courts. The 21-time Grand Slam champion can compete at the ATP Masters 1000 in Madrid and Rome ahead of the French Open, which kicks off on May 22.
Meanwhile, Andy Murray will play in the Madrid Open next week. After changing his mind about not playing the clay court season and accepting the tournament’s wildcard, with Murray, 34, a two-time winner in the Spanish capital. including the victory over Spanish great Rafael Nadal in 2015.
Andy is Back
By the Scottish tennis player who lost to world number two Daniel Medvedev in Miami last month. Can play in Rome as well; however, he is expected to focus more on preparations for Wimbledon than the French Open, which starts in May.
The former world number one has decided to avoid the clay court season. because of the effect on his body. But he has also trained on clay in Florida with Ivan Lendl and may play in Rome the week after Madrid, with Murray concluding a two-month hiatus without a match. Will hamper his chances of showing on the grass in June, with the Madrid Open starting on April 26.
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