Rafael Nadal shakes world tennis with a strong revelation: “I’m not injured, I live with…”

Rafael Nadal revealed, after his defeat in the round of 16 of the Rome Masters 1,000 against the canadian Denis Shapovalov (1-6, 7-5 and 6-2), that if he does not take “any” anti-inflammatory he would go “limp”, in addition to pointing out that he is not injured, but is a “player who lives with an injury”. The chronic injury he suffers to his left foot, known as Müller-Weiss syndromehas left him out of one of his favorite tournaments, the one in the Italian capital.

The Balearic returned to play at the level he had before the injury to his ribs, which has kept him off the courts for almost two months, and defeated his rival in the first set with a resounding 6-1, but his foot prevented him from keeping rhythm. “It is difficult to understand my day to day, I do not intend to play the victim, I have what I have, tomorrow I am going to wake up fatal because I am not going to take anything, I live with lots of anti-inflammatories because if not, I cannot train, “he assured at a press conference.

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