CM – « Djokovic favorite for the Grand Slam record of all time » – says Nadal


Rafael Nadal will go to the Australian Open with low expectations after his last injury break, but still believes he can fight for the biggest prizes in the sport.

The Spaniard will be at the Mubadala World on Friday Tennis Championship in Abu Dhabi will be back on the court when he takes on Andy Murray, who defeated his compatriot Dan Evans on Thursday.

It will be the first time Nadal has played since his loss to Lloyd Harris in Washington in early August seen in one match is what was his first tournament since retiring from Wimbledon and the Olympics.

The 35-year-old struggles with a left foot problem and accepts that he has a long way to go to get back to get in tip-top shape.

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