Rafael Nadal confirms expected injury return date after withdrawing from Wimbledon

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Rafael Nadal confirms expected injury return date after withdrawing from Wimbledon

He continued: "For respect to myself, in some way, I don't want to go out there not be competitive enough to play at the level that I need to play

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He continued: “For respect to myself, in some way, I don’t want to go out there not be competitive enough to play at the level that I need to play to achieve my goal, and big chance to make the things much worse. I felt that playing at the level I was playing probably I will have a chance.”

Kyrgios is the first player to receive a walkover into the Wimbledon final in the Open Era. the Aussie will play either Novak Djokovic or Britain’s Cameron Norrie in Sunday’s showpiece event on centre court. 

Djokovic and Norrie contest their semi-final on Friday.



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