Rafael Nadal Leaves The Hospital After Appendectomy [Video]
by Tom Gainey | November 5th, 2014, 2:00 pm

Following surgery Monday to remove his appendix, Rafael Nadal was discharged from a Barcelona hospital as scheduled on Wednesday. The Spaniard who’s reportedly in good health, will continue to rest and recover in Mallorca for 3-4 more weeks with the goal of returning to the tennis courts at the end of the month.

“Everything went well. It was simple, ordinary surgery,” said Nadal who gave no official timetable for a return to practice.

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10 Comments for Rafael Nadal Leaves The Hospital After Appendectomy [Video]

Patson Says:

Hope you recover fast Rafa. Tennis benefits when Nadal is playing.

All the best.

Hippy Chick Says:

Patson lovely post well said thankyou….

Giles Says:

Wishing you a speedy recovery Champ!

Wheels Says:

Good to see that Rafa had the surgery and seems to be recovering well. No matter who you support,I am sure that having the top guys fit and competitive, makes for exciting tennis.

Okiegal Says:

So thankful Rafa’s surgery went well and he’ll be practicing very soon……your faithful fans are missing you…..tennis just isn’t the same…VAMOS!! Good luck regarding the Aussie Open!!

jatin Says:

I am glad the surgery went well. Just missing those heavy top spins and crazy passing shots these days.
Hope to see you soon Rafa.. The two R’s of tennis has made this sport so much lovely and exciting to watch.
Wising you a speedy recovery and hope to see you at the Aussie open.

Hippy Chick Says:

Glad its over,so he can concentrate on getting better,and getting back to playing tennis again,how nuch of a factor he will be i dont know,but to see him back playing is good enough to start with….

Kathy Says:

Best wishes for a speedy and uneventful recovery.

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