You don’t have to explain to anyone that Rafael Nadal is one of the greatest tennis fighters ever.
A standard Grand Slam champion often goes to the limit, and sometimes even goes above it.
But Nadal loathes one thing. “I hate to give up,” the exceptional player stressed after it was inevitable at the 2018 US Open.
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Nadal – The fight is worth it
It was almost that time again at Wimbledon. Abdominal pain caused a lot of trouble for Nadal, and he called the physicist twice during the match.
Nevertheless, Nadal continued to fight, even if he feared several times that “he might not be able to finish the match”.
Finally, the battle paid off.
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