Now, Nadal must spend between six and eight weeks recovering from a psoas ailment in his left leg: one of his biggest challenges, both physically and emotionally. With all eyes on his future, the Spaniard now needs his family’s support more than ever: for months now, the tennis player has been suffering from serious physical problems that have led to questions about whether he will continue to play tennis.
A chronic injury to his left foot, which causes him pain when stepping, and this new obstacle, are the main stumbling blocks in his sporting development: ailments that condition his performance and results in all the games he plays.
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Faced with this enormous difficulty, Rafa displays admirable mental strength and will to continue facing his greatest difficulty every day. Despite everything, Manacor has made it clear that he is not yet in his plan to retire, and that he still has seasons left to enjoy the first line of tennis.
Since they had their first child, the family has not been separated in all the tournaments that the Spaniard has played: a detail that confirms one of the great suspicions of the sports press: Rafa is currently relying on his family, both in his woman as in his son, who accompany him wherever he goes.
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Although Rafa avoids commenting on his private life openly, he acknowledged that “it has always been hard to leave home to play, honestly, but now with my son even more so.” For this reason, he is seen more and more in tournaments together with Mery Perelló and little Rafa: that was the case a scant month ago when the little boy accompanied his father to the Master’s Tournament in Turin, then in Australia and now during your recovery.