Rafael Nadal has set his sights on the 2024 season, indicating that he intends to make a full recovery from his 2023 Australian Open defeat. The tennis legend voiced worries during the competition regarding a concerning hip problem, which resulted in a necessary arthroscopic surgery that prematurely ended his season. Nadal’s will to return to court is more evident than ever, as he is ready for a comeback.

He is preparing for what is sure to be his final season of competition when he returns in 2024. The 37-year-old displayed fresh energy during practice sessions with Marc Lopez and former World No. 1 coach Carlos Moya in a recent social media post on Monday, November 20. With renewed vitality, Rafael Nadal is getting ready for the new tennis season, and the tennis world is waiting for his return.

Vamos says Nadal

Rafael Nadal shared; “As we start another week… we continue… Vamos! [Let’s go],” in an article from mentioned.

The 22-time Grand Slam champion’s most recent improvement video is quite important because it comes after recent doubts about playing again. As he teases his 2024 campaign schedule following talks with his team, fans are anticipating his return to competitive tennis with great fervor.

Nick Kyrgios: “I just want to see Nadal around as much as possible.”

Despite their legendary rivalry that has seen highs and lows, Nick Kyrgios publicly acknowledged his expectations for Rafael Nadal’s comeback while providing his analysis as a guest pundit on the Tennis Channel during the recent 2023 ATP Finals.

Nick Kyrgios shared; “He has made me improve, just made me an all-round better player for my career moving forward. So, I’ll tell you that I’ve played him nine times, I never thought I’d play him that many times in my career so I just want to see him back out there healthy,” an article from mentioned.

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