Rafael Nadal’s injury situation ‘delicate’: David Ferrer
Rafael Nadal’s damage circumstance is “sensitive” in front of the Rio Olympics, as per Spanish colleague David Ferrer.
Nadal, a 14-time excellent hammer champion, has not played an aggressive match subsequent to May 27 when a left wrist harm constrained him to haul out of the French Open after the second round and miss Wimbledon.
World number four Nadal won gold in Beijing eight years back and will be Spain’s banner carrier in Rio.
“I will go with Rafa on Sunday to Rio,” Ferrer told Spanish radio Cadena Ser.
“His circumstance is more fragile. It’s never simple to return after a harm. We will perceive how he feels.”
Roger Federer has hauled out of the Games because of a knee harm and Wimbledon finalist Milos Raonic and others are avoiding the occasion because of worries about the Zika infection.
“At the Olympics, you need to see every one of the players contend so it’s a disgrace,” Ferrer said. “In any case, our date-book is tight and afterward there is the Zika issue.”
Ferrer, 34, is hoping to put a disillusioning season behind him and is savoring the chance to play a third Olympics.
His structure has dropped in 2016 and he dropped out of the world’s main 10 in May without precedent for right around six years, before torment a second-round way out at Wimbledon.
“After Wimbledon, I required a break to recover my eagerness,” Ferrer said. “It hasn’t been my greatest year, extremely sporadic and I simply haven’t demonstrated my best.
“You can’t generally be at your most extreme level and consistently is more troublesome, yet I trust I can give more. I know I can play and contend better.”