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The greatest Grand Slam winner, Rafael Nadal, will he play at Wimbledon?

  • Nadal trained on grass for the first time on Monday morning.
  • He had a light session in Mallorca, raising hopes he could overcome his foot injury to play at Wimbledon.
  • Nadal performed gentle physical activities in a short closed session.
  • Nadal’s behind-closed-doors session took place at the Mallorca Country Club in Santa Ponca, where the Mallorca Championships begin on Sunday.

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Rafael Nadal keeps Wimbledon hopes alive and returns to grass training in Mallorca – Find out

Wimbledon 2022: Rafael Nadal keeps Wimbledon hopes alive, returns to grass training in Mallorca – Check out

The plan is for Nadal to increase the intensity of his training from Tuesday until the end of the week and the 36-year-old will then decide whether to play at Wimbledon, which starts on June 27, depending on how his team reacts. foot.

Wimbledon 2022: Nadal said his left foot was “sleeping” injections in his victory over Casper Ruud in the French Open final on June 5, a victory that earned him a record 22nd Grand Slam title.

Nadal then traveled to Barcelona last week to start “pulsed radiofrequency stimulation”a treatment to reduce nerve pain.

The treatment means the nerves around the area of ​​Nadal’s injury have been “temporarily numb”, said a spokesperson for the Spaniard. Nadal has suffered for years from a foot problem called Muller-Weiss syndrome, a rare and degenerative disease affecting the bones of the feet.

“I will be there if my body allows it. Wimbledon is a priority, the Grand Slams are a priority,” Nadal told Roland Garros when asked about Wimbledon.

“Playing it with anti-inflammatories, yes; with injections of anesthesia, no.

Nadal has won Wimbledon twice, in 2008 and 2010. His 22 major triumphs put him twice ahead of Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic in the all-time list of men’s Grand Slam champions.

Wimbledon 2022: Rafael Nadal keeps Wimbledon hopes alive, returns to grass training in Mallorca – Check out

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