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Rafa Nadal is still debating whether or not he’ll go to the French Open

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Rafael Nadal finds himself in a difficult position with his tennis. The beloved Spanish player is coming off of a destabilizing loss in Rome that’s making him reconsider playing in one of his favorite tournaments, the French Open, also known as the Roland Garros.

Rafa Nadal is supported by his family at his first Madrid Open matchRafa Nadal’s emotional goodbye at the Madrid OpenEarlier last week, Nadal lost against Hubert Hurkacz in Rome.

The match was an important one, finding him facing a top 10 player for the first time in a year and a half. “Tough day for me in all ways because I felt more ready than what I showed,” said Nadal following the loss. “I am little bit more unpredictable today, not playing enough for the last two years.

Too many doubts.”Nadal explained that he has two options for his short term game, especially when thinking about the French Open. “One is to say, ‘OK, I am not ready, I am not playing enough well,’” he said. “Another is accept how I am today and work the proper way to try to be in a different way in two weeks.”Despite the stress and confusion that he’s experiencing, Nadal made it clear that he still wants to participate in the tournament. “But if I have to say what’s my feeling and if my mind is closer one way or the other way, I’m going to say be in Roland Garros and try my best.

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