Nadal already trains in the O2

This Thursday, the Balearic progressed in their training in London and showed intensity from the bottom of the track. He still doesn't execute serves.

Rafael Nadal continues to convey good news in his previous adaptation to the Masters Cup. The ATP published a video on Thursday in its social networks of the last training session carried out by the Balearic Islands, a practice that showed the great intensity at which the current world number 1 works.

The images show Nadal on the central track of the O2 Arena in London next to Carlos Costa, his manager, executing a series of high-speed rights from the bottom of the track. However, there is still no certainty that he has practiced the services, which is precisely the technical gesture that generates problems in that right abdominal rectum where he suffers a strain from the past Masters of Paris-Bercy.

This task, as explained by Manacor last Tuesday in its social networks, is scheduled for next Friday if it had not finally been able today. "Thursday or Friday I will start adapting to the service. The idea is to be able to play the ATP Finals in London. Thanks for the support!", Explained the Spaniard. In any case, there is no doubt that Nadal's progression is positive and that he is well on his way to face his debut next Monday against Alexander Zverev (9:00 p.m.) with full guarantees.

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