“What worries me most is not my hips, but everything else”: Nadal | video

Spanish tennis player Rafael Nadal, who announced last week his return to official competition in ATP 250 in Brisbane (Australia), which takes place in the first week of January, announced this Monday that “after a year without competition, “The biggest concern is not the hip, but everything else.”

Nadal He spoke about his personal feelings after announcing his return to the slopes after a year away from competition due to injuries.

I was scared and afraid to announce it because after all, it’s been a year without competing and it’s hip surgery, but what worries me the most is not the hip, it’s everything else. I think I’m ready and confident and hope things go well and give me the opportunity to enjoy the track again.

And I add Nadal in a video broadcast on their social networks.

After all, it’s a long time. I hope to feel those nerves again, that excitement, those fears, those doubts… I hope I don’t expect anything. I hope that I can not demand of myself what I have demanded of myself throughout my career. I am in a different time, situation and unknown terrain. I’ve pushed myself to my limits all my life and I hope I can avoid doing that.

“I have to accept this At first everything will be very difficult. I have to give myself the time I need and forgive myself if things go wrong at first, which is a very high possibility. But knowing that there may be a not-so-distant future in which everything could change if I maintain the illusion, “The work ethic and physical body respond to me,” he concluded.

(according to information from EFE)

Source: Aristegui Noticias