Rafael Nadal has withdrawn Miami Open
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Rafael Nadal has had a fantastic start to the season on the ATP tour. Rafa made a stunning recovery in Australia after missing the second part of 2021 due to a foot ailment. He won the Melbourne Summer Set event first, followed by an unblemished title run in the Australian Open.

His winning streak was far from over. Later, at Acapulco, the Spaniard was crowned Mexican Open champion. Nadal is currently undefeated this season with a 15-0 record. The Spaniard will begin his adventure at Indian Wells on Saturday against young American Sebastian Korda. However, there may be some bad news for Nadal supporters in the United States.

Rafael Nadal had a strong start to 2022 by becoming the most successful man in Grand Slam history. He won his 22nd premier tournament at this year’s Australian Open. Given his injury-plagued 2021 season, his victory in Melbourne was particularly impressive.

Despite the Grand Slam victory, it appears that fitness is still a concern for the player. He has withdrawn from the forthcoming event in Miami. Of course, Nadal’s attention will be to win the French Open. It will take place in May.

With a total of 13 French Open wins at Roland Garros over his career, the Spaniard has unquestionably established himself as a tournament great on the Parisian clay. After defeating Englishman Cameron Norrie in straight sets in the final, Nadal followed up his victory in Australia with a victory at the Mexican Open a month later.

Despite Rafael Nadal’s withdrawal from Miami open, the 21-time Grand Slam champion will compete in this week’s Indian Wells event, hoping to keep his perfect start to 2022 going. Despite his inclusion this week, the Spaniard has admitted that he still has injury concerns, after discussing the foot issue that kept him out of the second half of last season.

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