Rafael Nadal Will he or Won’t He? Rafael Nadal is nearly confirmed to be at the French Open by his Carlos Moya. His coach isn’t so confident about his fitness. In an interview at a recent event, Moya stated that it was “clear that the preparation won’t be ideal”. It’s Rafael Nadal. We can expect the best. But Carlos Moya suggested that Rafael Nadal had not reached the fitness level he desired for the French Open.
Carlos Moya , has been coaching Rafael Nadal since 2016. He said this was the King of Clay’s favorite time of year. Rafael Nadal has been unable to play in any tournaments due to an injury. He is missing his favourite clay surface.
” Times can be tough for Rafael Nadal because he is a fierce competitor and this is his favorite season.”. Despite Rafael Nadal missing three major tournaments, his fitness isn’t ideal but his focus is on Roland Garros. Carlos Moya said, “For him to say no to tournaments such as Madrid, Monte-Carlo, or Barcelona is painful.” The goal is Roland-Garros.
Carlos Moya, a brand ambassador for Brisk paddle rackets, was speaking to journalists at a sport company event. Carlos Moya, when asked about his return strategy, said: “There are plans but they need to be adjusted day by day according to his physical condition. Originally, we had thought that we would be returning for Montecarlo and Barcelona. We had to make a lot of changes .”
Rafael Nadal fans and tennis enthusiasts in general are eagerly awaiting the Spaniard’s return to clay.
Rafael Nadal’s coach Carlos Moya praises the young guns in tennis
Carlos Moya was asked by journalists about the new blood of tennis. He talked about Carlos Alcaraz, Jannik Sinner, Holger rune, and Lorenzo Musetti. He said that Alcaraz has already shown that he’s ready, as he was ranked number one in the world. This is the moment when many young people shine, such as Sinner, Musetti and Rune.”
He was full of praise for Lorenzo Musetti. Moya stated, “For my part it’s a phenomenon.” It’s a feast for the eye, with great technique. But it needs to mature.
He was asked what the differences were between tennis today and when he played professionally. “The times have changed. The difference is enormous.” He said. Tennis players of today are crazy athletes. “There have been huge advances in physical preparation, nutrition and prevention”.
Carlos commented on Rafael Nadal’s recovery from injury. “He wants a quick return to play in the part of the season that is most important for him.”