Rafael Nadal Wimbledon – Wimbledon 2022: The greatest Grand Slam winner, Rafael Nadal, will withdraw from Wimbledon this year. According to the 14-time Roland-Garros champion, he “does not want to continue playing” if he continues to need anesthetic injections to numb chronic foot pain: Follow Rafael Nadal’s French Open celebrations and Wimbledon 2022 live updates with InsideSport.IN
“I’m going to be at Wimbledon if my body is ready to be at Wimbledon. That’s it. Wimbledon is not a tournament I want to miss. I don’t think anyone wants to miss Wimbledon. I love Wimbledon.
“If I’m able to play around with the anti-inflammatories, yes; play with anesthetic injections, no. I don’t want to put myself back in this position. »
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Rafael Nadal French Open: Nadal, 36, won his record 14th title at Roland Garros on Sunday.
The Spaniard had multiple injections during a tournament where he won a 22nd Grand Slam title on Sunday.
“It’s obvious with the circumstances in which I play, I can’t and I don’t want to continue” Nadal said after his 6-3 6-3 6-0 victory over Casper Ruud.
The two-time Wimbledon champion has said he will not play at the All England Club, where the grass-court major kicks off on June 27, if a nerve-wracking treatment next week doesn’t fix the problem.
“I don’t have any sensation in my foot, because my doctor was able to do numbing injections on the nerves. It takes the sensation out of my foot.
Rafael Nadal’s foot injury explained: Nadal reached his 14th French Open final on Friday after Alexander Zverev retired with an ankle injury.
But Nadal, by his own admission, played with considerable pain throughout the Roland Garros tournament. Even in the past two years, Nadal has been seriously hampered by the injury.
- The 36-year-old tennis star suffers from a rare degenerative disease.
- The condition is called Mueller-Weiss which affects the bones of the feet.
- Marca report that Nadal was diagnosed with the condition in 2005 at the age of 19.
- Mueller-Weiss syndrome can affect one or both floors
- Nadal only has it on his left foot.
- Now, for some time now, the injuries have taken a serious turn and Nadal has to take injections of anti-inflammatories daily, according to the report.
- The injections allow Nadal to compete but are ruining his foot day by day.
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