Over the years, the former World No.1 Rafael Nadal’s number of tournaments participation has been falling down due to injury concerns. Moreover, the 35-year-old Spaniard acknowledged that his tennis career is concluding at a slow speed.
However, the 20-time Grand Slam champion does not agonize about his retirement because he believes his academy and foundation would keep him connected to tennis.
“I am definitely in the sports industry. I run a structure that will keep me connected to tennis and I like to help young players grow. I will also dedicate more time to my project, which supports economically disadvantaged children. I am not afraid of it at all. to life without tennis,” Nadal said in a recent interview.
Speaking about the left of his career, the Spaniard explained, “I try not to think about my age as much as possible. I will retire when I do not feel fresh physically and mentally. I also realize it now. how much I love tennis and that it is a real privilege to be able to play it for so long.” (Quotes Have Been Translated Into English Via Google Translator)
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