I thought I was done, Rafael Nadal reveals his hidden thought

I thought I was done, Rafael Nadal reveals his hidden thought

I thought I was done, Rafael Nadal reveals his hidden thought

Fifteen-time Grand Slam Champion Rafael Nadal has withdrawn from the Aegon Championships at Queen's, which starts next Monday, after being advised to rest by his doctor.

"It's a while since I didn't play a very good Wimbledon". He apologized to tournament organizers and British fans.

His absence is a major blow to the tournament, although the field remains strong and is headed by defending champion Andy Murray, Stan Wawrinka and last year's beaten Wimbledon finalist Milos Raonic.

Rafael Nadal made history by becoming the champion in French Open once more In the final, defeats Stanislas Wawrinka with the direct set and won the record 10th title by the "King of Clay Court".

And the two-time Wimbledon victor has chose to prolong his period of rest in preparation for the event by skipping Aegon at Queen's.

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Nadal has not had to wait as long as Real Madrid did for a 10th European title but, for a man who won nine titles in 10 years, two years without one was virtually an eternity.

Although Nadal had struggled with fitness for 3 years after winning the French Open title.

The next Grand Slam, Wimbledon begins on June 3, 2017. Nadal fell to Federer in two of the three title matches, but on the red dirt in Europe, the Spaniard has been almost flawless. "It's very emotional for me".

"So I hope that my knees hold well and I can have the preparation that I really need and the preparation that I want".

"The nerves, the adrenaline that I feel when I play in this court is impossible to compare".

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"This win is incredible", Nadal said. Nadal was unable to convert four break points in the fourth game.

"But he is too good a player for this to continue indefinitely".

A showdown between player who had never before lost a French Open final and a player who had never lost a Grand Slam final quickly turned into a breathtaking display of clay court tennis that has rarely been seen before.

Stan Wawrinka, the reigning US Open champion, the 2014 victor Grigor Dimitrov, and last year's runner-up Milos Raonic will join Juan Martin del Potro, Nick Kyrgios, Jo-Wilfried Tsonga, Marin Cilic and Tomas Berdych in a quality field.

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