Speaking in Abu Dhabi, Rafael Nadal told the press about having new coach Carlos Moya as part of his team.
“I don’t expect anything. I just want to work hard and try to be ready for the competition,” Nadal said to the Gulf News. “Beginnings are always tough. When you have been away for months from the competition, for sure you are not going to be arriving here and playing fantastic from the beginning because you need to have matches to find your rhythm.
“I expect he can bring me really positive results. I don’t know from the beginning, but in the long run, for sure.”
Nadal added he plans on playing for a few more years.
“My plan is to stay here for a few more years and I feel enough motivation to be here,” he said. “I believe that I can compete for important things in the next three years.”
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