Following an injury-riddled 2014, Rafael Nadal is training hard for a turnaround in the new year. Rafa’s coach, Uncle Toni, recently said that his nephew is still not yet at 100% full strength. The back and wrist injuries have healed but doctors have advised Nadal to refrain for going full strength on his serve for now.
Nadal is confirmed to return to tennis in two weeks at the Abu Dhabi exo.
“Training hard these weeks before 2015 starts. Do you like the video?” Nadal wrote on Facebook today.
A media report:
During a conference call yesterday, Nadal spoke about his recovery.
“I am fine, I am working very hard, the last couple of weeks I really increased a lot my practice, this operation on the appendix was good, no problems at all,” Nadal said. “I’m happy to say today that I am able to practise a lot of hours every day, and with the right intensity, so that’s the most important thing. And after five, six months, the main thing is to work hard and try to be ready for the beginning of the season.”
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