Rafael Nadal got him not to play the Master 1000 in Rome

The Spanish tennis player Rafael Nadal surprised his fans after his announcement that it is related to his absence in the Master 1000 in Rome which will start next week. This confirmation was made after his absence from the ATP 500 in Barcelona and the Master 1000 where the Iberian could not participate due to an injury that currently afflicts him.

The 36-year-old athlete has not returned to activity after his participation in the Australian Open. Inactivity has made him lose positions in the ATP ranking due to the difficult moment he is experiencing.

“Hello everyone! I am very sorry to announce that I will not be able to be in Rome. You all know how much it hurts me to miss another one of the tournaments that have marked my professional and personal career for all the love and support of the Italian tifosi”It was the beginning of the message confirming his absence in the next brick dust tournament.

Nadal remarked that he felt an improvement in recent days but unfortunately his inactivity prevented him from participating because he must carry out a high-performance training routine and that this readaptation process takes time.

For now he has not communicated a drop to a new tournament. His fans are looking forward to him to play the Roland Garros that will begin at the end of May and in which up to now his presence is quite uncertain.