World No. 2 rafael nadal He got a great win in the first half of the season. 2022 Australian Open and 2022 French Open21 and 22 in majors. With two majors, he was the first to cross the 20 Grand Slam championship mark and now leads the most won ATP Tour.
Despite his injury struggles, Nadal somehow found a way to fight back. But it turned the season upside down. 2022 Wimbledon when he suffered a tummy tuck in the quarterfinals. He had a 7-inch tear that forced him to retire from the semi-finals and had a huge impact on the rest of his season as he didn’t reach another final.
Nadal made his last official game of the season. 2022 ATP Finals where he exited the group stages after losing his first two games. then went to defeat Casper Ruud In the dead rubber of a group stage match before embarking on the Latin America Exhibition Tour with the Norwegian. But the tour provided enough motivation for Nadal to keep playing.
“The most important thing for me right now is to be able to go to important tournaments in full physical condition. I continue to enjoy each day and have goals that excite me on a professional level. I will try to reach them until my body or mind says enough is enough.
“At the moment that hasn’t happened, so I want to keep going. I’m happy to do what I do, I love racing on the big stages and the love of people has encouraged me to keep going.” Nadal spoke at a press conference during the exhibition tour.
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Rafael Nadal only lost one match in the exhibition tour.
nadal and Ruud played in 6 different countries during their Tour. They played in Buenos Aires, Santiago, Belo Horizonte, Quito, Bogota and finished the Tour in Mexico City. Nadal has faced each other in 5 of the 6 matches he played. ruud Playing the match against the local lad in Santiago, Chile Alejandro Tabilo by the Spanish. Nadal won all matches except Quito, Ecuador, where Ruud won in straight sets.
Nadal has no more matches for the rest of the year. will play straight 2023 United Cup He leads Spain in the first edition of the mixed-gender tournament that will kick off in Australia on December 29, 2022.
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