Rafael Nadal hopes to return to Rome again

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Carlos Moya’s words.

Carlos Moya, Rafael Nadal’s coach, took stock of the situation on the Majorcan.

“At this stage we are doing one hour a day and we continue day by day. It’s not about being optimistic or pessimistic, but just observing where the progress is. Yes, it is true that these are difficult times because we are losing tournaments that we love, but Rafa is a warrior, with an indestructible mind and when the time comes to return, we will be very motivated. Now it is impossible to define the schedule, but if tomorrow, when we see each other, everything is as it should be the goal is to go to Rome, and if not then directly to Roland Garros,” he explained to L’Equipe.

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