Rafael Nadal injury update today and return date news ahead of French Open 2023

Rafael Nadal injury update today and return date news ahead of French Open 2023

Rafael Nadal was compelled to drop out of yet another competition, the Rome Masters 2023 due to his latest injury update

His chances of competing in the French Open are further clouded by this.

Rafael Nadal injury update today, report and return date news ahead of French Open 2023

Rafael Nadal’s chances of winning the French Open have been further damaged by his withdrawal from the Rome Masters. His injury forces him to withdraw once more, putting his future and the French Open in jeopardy.


After making progress with his most recent treatment, there were rumours that the world No. 14 will ultimately make his comeback at the Italian Open the following week. But after seeing a doctor, Nadal decided to push out his return, endangering both his career and the French Open.

Nadal has pulled out of another competition, the Rome Masters. The 36-year-old earlier admitted that he thought he could play a complete clay tournament, but he has since skipped every significant event leading up to the French Open.

The 22-time Grand Slam champion withdrew from Madrid Open due to hip injury. With no timeline for his return, it’s unclear if he will be available for next month’s French Open 2023.


On Twitter, Nadal informs his followers of his withdrawal

The 22-time Grand Slam winner announced his withdrawal from Madrid by stating that he was beginning a new treatment and that he still planned to participate in at least parts of the clay swing. However, time is now against him, and he might be forced to skip Roland Garros, the most lucrative competition of his career.

“Hello to all of you! I regret to inform you that I will not be in Rome,” he tweeted on Friday. “You all know how much it hurts me to miss another one of the competitions that have defined my professional and private career for all the love and support of the Italian fans,” the athlete further said.

However, there was some consolation when Nadal said that since altering his treatment strategy two weeks earlier, he had already noticed an improvement in his condition. Despite recent improvements, the Spaniard continued that he had not been able to train at a high level for many months. The readaptation process has its ups and downs, and he has no choice but to accept them and keep working.