Rafael Nadal talks about participating in the Tokyo Olympics

Rafael Nadal has joined the world’s third-ranked tennis players who are unsure of playing in the Tokyo Olympics. Asked if Nadal, who was playing at the Italian Open, would play in the one-year-old Olympics, he said, “I don’t know now.” Truth be told, I can’t give a clear answer because I don’t know. I am not aware of my calendar. ”

Nadal said, “Olympic games have always been my main priority. At the moment, the Olympics are still a priority. But things have changed. I can only say that we have been dealing with this pandemic for about a year and a half and will take a decision after a while. Nadal said, “I don’t know what the current situation is. Let’s see what happens in the next couple of months, but I have to organize my schedule.”

“I’m not doing the show for a few weeks, but for the next six months,” he said. It depends on changing things and how my body and mind reacts, because I am already 35 years old. ”Bezal won the Nadal singles gold medal at the 2008 Beijing Olympics, which he won five years ago in Rio de Janeiro. Nadal first told Serena Williams that she would not participate in the Olympics if she could not bring her three-year-old daughter to Tokyo, and Naomi Osaka also expressed concern about organizing the Games.

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