Rafael Nadal’s bid to return from injury at the US Open in three weeks is apparently on track, according to reports. Nadal injured his right wrist last Tuesday forcing him to withdraw from title defenses in Toronto and Cincinnati.
“Following a scan and clinical evaluation, his progress is on track, although he will still have tests from time to time,” the RFET said on their website (www.rfet.es).
According to Nadal camp, with a 2-3 recovery period for the wrist a decision on Rafa’s participation at the US Open could come as early as late next week.
Earlier today Nadal released new video of one of his training sessions.
“Good training session today!” he wrote:
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