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Nadal shows his support for Simone Biles – Rafael Nadal Vans

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“I know it will be difficult. Most likely, the feelings will not be the best.” “If I am healthy, of course, the main goal for me is [to] Be competitive. Then you can win [or] You can lose.”

With each victory, he will get a chance to play the next day. He explained that playing for several consecutive days helps speed up the process of returning from injury. It also helps build confidence, which acknowledges that it comes and goes.

But there is one important thing that he never abandoned.

“Hope never leaves me,” he said. Hope I’ll be back. “And I hope to be competitive and fight for important things again. For now, hope never leaves me in my career.”

“He’s not just a tennis icon, he’s not just a sports icon, he’s a world icon,” Ain said of Nadal. “He is one of those people in the world who has a name in one word – Rafa – and you know who you are talking about. … There is nothing like that in sports and that is the effect of Rafa.”

Ain said he believes adding Nadal to this year’s tournament will have a “long-term impact” on the Citi Open and the tennis community in the region.

“I think that’s likely to change the event for a very long time,” Ayin said. “I think it highlights the top players that this is a place they are going to come to.”

Djokovic was seen tossing his racket in frustration as he lost in three sets to Busta at the weekend. Nadal, who was preparing for the City Open in Washington, was asked about Djokovic.

“Fortunately, there weren’t any people in the stands and nothing else happened,” he told reporters via the Daily Mail. “It’s a reference point for a lot of kids, but these things happen from time to time. He has to try to avoid them.”

He added, “It is strange that someone who has achieved so much success acts this way from time to time but at the end of the day he is very competitive and reacts this way. It is not the best picture.”

Sebastian Korda loved Rafael Nadal so much that he named his cat the legendary leftist. So it was a special experience for #NextGenATP to train with the Spanish superstar on Saturday night ahead of the Citi Open. Nadal was impressed.

“I think I’ve always believed since I saw him playing that he would have a chance to be one of the best players in the world,” Nadal said. “Let’s see. Always the same. I think he has all the things he needs to definitely be a great guy. Of course, things aren’t easy and you should keep getting better.”

“But I certainly believe, if you ask me, [that[ he [is] It would be a great one.”

Video: Rafael Nadal supports Simon Biles’ Olympic withdrawal | CBS

“If you don’t feel ready, you have worked hard all your life to achieve your dream. You have achieved amazing things, and I am sure she will come back. But if she is not ready at this moment, why does she have to do it?” he said.

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