Rafael Nadal, a twice former champion of the Wimbledon, will not play in 2016 due to the wrist injury. The pain forced the unbeatable Rafa out of the French Open, informs ATP.
On Thursday, Rafael Nadal made a statement, in which he explained his out of this year’s Wimbledon. The tennis player also wrote on his Facebook:
“I’m sad to announce that after talking to my doctors, and receiving the results of my last medical revision, I won’t be able to play at Wimbledon this year.”
Rafa’s fans are very sad with this his statement because they anticipated next Grand Slam, where Spaniard could show his fantastic game again. The way Rafa hits the tennis ball with so much torque, wrist action, and explosiveness it is not surprised by an injury like this. Over the years, Nadal’s wrists must have taken a beating, day by day. That must be extremely painful injury, so if it takes him the rest of the season to recover, maybe he should so he can still play few more years. And his fans — with new fantastic moments during ATP matches.
Nadal also noted that he has to miss the next week’s grass-court warm-up at Queen’s Club, and these events of pre-Wimbledon stage are his favourite ones. Whatever it be, fans wish Rafa only health and success, writing classical encouraging phrase: Vamos, Rafa!