The Spanish tennis player, they say, will soon announce his retirement.

Speculations about Rafael Nadal's possible retirement from tennis are gaining more strength every day in the world of sports, but nothing It has been said.

Once Roland Garros was over, in which he won his 14th title, Rafael Nadal spoke and warned that that could have been his last match in the contest.

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(Santiago Buitrago, fearless to fight for the lead in Bahrain)

He doesn't talk much about it

Nadal has not mentioned it, Facing the subject, he has not said that he is retiring, but his relatives have given clues that he will announce his goodbye very soon.

What will he do? It is not known, but lately he has been seen dedicated to other activities, social and sports. Nadal has not confirmed that he is going to be a father, news that exploded last week and that increases the option of his retirement.

Golf is another of his passions and they point out that this would be the next path for the Spaniard. The tennis player number 4 in the world has finished in fifth position in the absolute golf championship of the Balearic Islands, with a total of 154 shots in the two days completed on the courses of the Majorcan town of Son Servera.

Nadal, who plays golf whenever he can, one of his passions, delivered this Sunday a card with 78 strokes, 6 over par for the course and 4 more than Marc Bisellach, tournament winner.

Good point

The recent winner by fourteenth time at Roland Garros, where he added his twenty-second Grand Slam that he exhibits in his record, he finished the course with three double bogeys (2 strokes above par for the hole), one bogey and three ' birdies' (shot under par).

The rest were solved by matching each of the pars of the holes. Nadal changed the racket for the tennis sticks after exercising, from Monday to Friday this week on the grass courts of the Mallorca Country Club.

His objective was to check his sensations after the treatment at the chronic injury he received in Barcelona two days after winning Roland Garros.

According to what he said at a press conference, these feelings are positive and he announced that this Monday he will travel to London to participate in the Hurlingham exhibition tournament, where he will coincide with the Serbian Novak Djokovic and the Murcian Carlos Alcaraz.

He also specified that if he does not suffer from the damaged foot he will play at Wimbledon, a tournament he has won in 2008 and 2010 and in which he has not competed since 2019.

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