Rafael Nadal, a tennis player from Spain, has not confirmed when “he will return from injury.”

Tennis player Rafael Nadal confirmed that he is not able to be part of the Madrid Open, which started on April 25. He describes his predicament as “challenging” because he is unsure of when he will make a recovery from his injury.

He had a hip injury that had previously been expected to keep him out for six to eight weeks, but he hasn’t played since January 18. He is also not sure about his participation in the “French Open” in May.

The 36-year-old said, “The injury is still not healed; I cannot determine what I must have to compete.” I was training, but recently we decided to shift direction a little, try another treatment, and see if things get better to try to get to what comes next.

“I’m sorry, but I can’t give limits; if I did, I would let you know.” Currently, things are as they are.

After losing in the second round of the Australian Open in January, Nadal, who won the French Open for the 14th time last year, had an injury in his left psoas muscle and underwent surgery.

The 22-time Grand Slam champion added: “I have no option but to attempt to have the appropriate mindset throughout this period to try to give myself a chance to participate in one of the matches that are left of the clay season, and I have no alternative but to work and be equipped with the right attitude.”

Olympic champion Belinda Bencic, in the meantime, has announced that she will skip the “clay tournaments in Madrid” and Rome due to “discomfort in her hip.”

The Swiss player claimed that despite competing in the Charleston Open final, she was hampered by the injury during the “WTA Tour’s United States swing.”

According to Bencic, she has made the decision to make herself completely fit for Roland Garros.

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