Tennis star Rafael Nadal updated his Facebook page yesterday writing “Back to practice soon… Stay tuned.”
The 4-time French Open king withdrew from Rotterdam after injuring his right knee at the Australian Open last month when playing Andy Murray.
Nadal’s doc said the Rafa would need four weeks of rest. Based on what Nadal wrote sounds like his rehab is progressing well. That should be good news for fans and for the Spanish Davis Cup team which plays Switzerland next month.
After being unable to defending his 2009 Australian Open, Nadal now finds his ranking at #4, the lowest point he’s been since he won his first French Open in 2005. He could slip even further if he fails to defend his Indian Wells title.
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