Rafael Nadal Manages Abdominal Injury To Reach Wimbledon Semifinals, Keep Grand Slam Hopes Alive

During the early stages of his Wimbledon quarterfinal against American Taylor Fritz

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it looked to all the world like Rafael Nadal might retire from the match

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Bothered by an abdominal injury, he sat in his chair with his head in his hands. He called for the trainer

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His family and friends in his player box looked concerned. Nadal did not seem right

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But if tennis fans have learned anything over the past two decades, it is never to underestimate Rafael Nadal. Never count him out

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The 36-year-old Spaniard rebounded and ultimately knocked off Fritz in five sets

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3-6, 7-5, 3-6, 7-5, 7-6(4) across 4 hours, 20 minutes to reach the Wimbledon semifinals

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Nadal has won 19 straight major matches this year after winning the Australian and French

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Opens in the same calendar year for the first time in his career. Nadal improved to 4-0 in five-setters in 2022.

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It’s obvious that it have been a tough afternoon against a great player so all the credit to Taylor that he is playing great during the whole season,” Nadal said

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For my personal side, it was not an easy match at all so just very happy to be in the semifinals, no? That’s all

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