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Maybe Rafael Nadal missed the match

Rafael Nadal, the 22-times Grand Slam champion, remains unsure if he will be able to compete at Wimbledon on Friday due to abdominal pain.

On Wednesday, the 36-year-old star defeated American Taylor Fritz in a fight that lasted 4-20 minutes, during which he had to drink several times. They gave him anti-inflammatory and painkillers, while his father and sister from the hospital urged him to give up the match, making violent gestures.

“There are more important things in life than winning Wimbledon, and it’s the whole thing. I hate giving up, so I tried to keep going. We’ll see how it goes, I now have my medical exams and at the moment I can’t answer if I will be there for the meeting. If we said yes, it wouldn’t happen, then we would be liars,” declared the Mallorca classics.

Rafael Nadal faces a difficult decisionSource: AFP / Glenn Kirk

Nadal, who won his first two GS championships, won the Roland Garros tournament in January by continuously receiving random injections into the nerves in his left leg due to Muller-Weiss syndrome, known as a rare deformity of the ankle joint. In June, he went on a special radiofrequency course in Barcelona, ​​where torn calf muscles cannot transmit pain impulses to the brain.

The 2008 and 2010 English Tennis Champion will face Nick Kyrgios of Austria every Friday.

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