Rafa and knee fluff from around the web.
“We don’t know the scope of the injury but there is something going on in there, something that wasn’t there before,” uncle and coach Toni Nadal told Spanish media from Australia. “Something felt wrong and it was the right decision to retire.”
“You’re always worried about these things, it’s normal,” Toni Nadal said. “It appears not to be what he had before and something else, but we must be prudent and wait and see.”
He welcomed us at the start of his press conference and thanked us at the end of it. Rafael Nadal may have surrendered on the court – something he simply will never get his head around having to do – but he did not surrender his dignity off it.
Rafael Nadal, who lost against Murray in the quarter-finals, will drop to No. 3 or No. 4 after the Australian Open with 7,670 points, dependent on the outcome of three potential scenarios.
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