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Wimbledon - Rafael Nadal: Alex Corretga warns his compatriot - he should not make this mistake after injury

Wimbledon – Rafael Nadal: Alex Corretga warns his compatriot – he should not make this mistake after injury

Of course, the most important thing is that Rafael Nadal recovers first. The 36-year-old spoke of a “three to four week break” on Thursday night. According to media reports, the Abdominal muscle tear about seven millimeters long.

After that, Nadal wants to pursue his “plan” again. For Alex Corretja, it should be like this: Practice and play one or two tournaments before the US Open in August. Full recovery to the main tennis tournament at Flushing Meadows is the wrong way to go.

“If he goes back there from zero to 100, he risks another injury,” the Spaniard said in an interview. Eurosport: “It happened to him before that he couldn’t play many tournaments before a major tournament. There after that he plays the best five out of five and he demands a lot from his body.”

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Before the Australian Open in January and the French Open in May, Nadal was able to play a tournament or two in advance after injury. Mallorca has won both Grand Slams.

“The tournament before the US Open will definitely be important to see how the body feels,” Corretga said.

However, Nadal shouldn’t rush into anything either. “Injuring the abdominal muscle is difficult because you actually feel fine,” he said. Eurosport-Expert: But when you serve you feel the pain again.

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