Rafa Nadal is back in training after being eliminated last week. Roman Masters 1,000in the match against Canadian Denis Shapovalov, who was unable to finish in good shape due to a chronic injury to his left foot.

The Spaniard ended up with an obvious limp in the round of 16, weakening him physically from the degenerative condition he suffered. Müller-Weiss syndromeThis has caused fear for its presence in future commitments, especially at Roland Garros.

However, Nadal returned to training on Monday. The twenty-one Grand Slam winners, who spent a few days in Manacor (Mallorca), posted an image on Instagram exercising on the track at their academy and confirms he will travel to Paris on Wednesday to continue his fine-tuningor before the second Grand Slam of the season begins.

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“Today at Rafa Nadal Academy in Manacor… See you Wednesday, Paris Roland Garros,” the Spanish tennis player said.

Nadal won 23 games this 2022 and only lost 3 games.. He has won the Australian Open, Acapulco and Melbourne titles on the current course. From Sunday 22, he faces the conquest of his fourteenth Roland Garros title.