– I didn’t want to talk about stopping during the tournament because I wanted to focus on it Game Respect for competitors. Now I can say that I played for these two weeks under extreme conditions – he admitted during the post-final conference Roland Garros Rafael Nadal. Spanish legend of it sports Taking a big risk to fight for the 14th victory French Open Championship.
“What Nadal did would be impossible in cycling”
“I was playing by taking injections from the nerves that numb my feet. I didn’t feel any pain, but I didn’t feel any. It allowed me to perform, but it increased my risk of a sprained ankle or other injury, as the 22nd Grand Slam winner revealed – he was Roland Garros Everyone knows how important this tournament is to me, so I wanted to try to give myself a chance – he added.
Some sympathize with the difficult situation of Nadal and appreciate his heroism in the fight for another title, but others see something completely different in this situation. What Nadal did would be impossible in cycling and I think that’s fine. If you’re sick or injured, you’re not just competing, which I take for granted. In addition, the injections not only have a therapeutic effect, but can certainly affect performance, as the French commented bicyclist Guillaume Martin for L’Equipe.
in Cycling Such situations are not permitted. – If a cyclist did it himself, everyone would jump on him, calling him a doping player. There is such a cultural background around us, such phrases are associated with cycling. At the same time, Nadal is admired, who can go far because of the pain. These people are considered heroes, but they are actually helping themselves with pain relief. The Cofidis rider said the cycling champions are being systematically accused of doping for no reason.
Rafael Nadal Finally, Roland Garros made one statement that caused everyone in the stands of the Paris Central Court to respond with standing ovations. – I don’t know what will happen in the future, but I will fight to continue playing – the Spaniard confirmed. Due to his injury, it is not known if he will be able to participate in Wimbledon.
One of the best tennis players He historically suffered from Muller-Weiss syndrome, a rare degenerative disease that affects the bones of the feet. “I’ll be at Wimbledon if my body is ready for it.” That’s it. Wimbledon It’s not a tournament I want to miss. I don’t think anyone would want to miss Wimbledon. I love Wimbledon, the 36-year-old admitted, citing the BBC. – If I can play with anti-inflammatories, yes; To play, using injectable anesthesia – no. I don’t want to put myself in such a situation again – added the Spaniard.
He was still defeated in the final on Sunday Roland Garros Ranked “8” Casper Rudd, winning 6:3, 6:3, 6:0. In this way, the Spaniard won the Grand Slam title in Paris for the 14th time, and at the same time won the 22nd Grand Slam title in his career.
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