Clay court king Rafael Nadal withdraws from French Open

Clay court king Rafael Nadal has withdrawn from the French Open tennis for the first time in 19 years, Rafael also indicated that he will retire in 2024.

The tennis pro was unable to recuperate totally from the harm. Rafael Nadal hurt himself this year in the Australian Open; the French Open begins on May 28.

Rafael Nadal says the injury has lasted longer than expected, not yet fully fit.

Rafael Nadal’s participation in Wimbledon has become doubtful due to injury.

Spain’s tennis star is unlikely to return to the tennis courts before September, Rafael Nadal has also declared 2024 as the last year of his career.

For the first time since his debut at the French Open in 2005, Rafael Nadal is no longer competing. Nadal has only lost three times in the past 17 matches while winning 14 championships.

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