Rafa Nadal's desperate search for MRI scan at three hospitals days before Wimbledon clash

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Rafa Nadal's desperate search for MRI scan at three hospitals days before Wimbledon clash

He admitted he was used to playing through pain when discussing the injury on Wednesday evening but said there had been a significant change in the

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He admitted he was used to playing through pain when discussing the injury on Wednesday evening but said there had been a significant change in the amount of pain it caused him during his quarter-final. “It’s obvious that I am not the kind of player that I didn’t have a lot of things in my tennis career, so I am used to have things and I am used to hold pain and to play with problems,” he said.

“Knowing that, when I feel something like I felt, that is because something is not going the proper way in abdominal, no? But let’s see. It’s obvious that today is nothing new. I had these feelings for a couple of days. Without a doubt, today was the worst day. Have been an important increase of pain and limitation. And that’s it, yeah. I managed to win that match. Let’s see what’s going on tomorrow.”



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