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McEnroe says Nadal will retire after Olympics – Tennis Tonic

Tennis legend John McEnroe expresses his admiration for Rafael Nadal’s unparalleled dominance on clay courts and declares him the greatest clay court player in history. McEnroe was not surprised by Nadal’s impressive performance in the ongoing tournament and expressed belief that he would have defeated most players in the competition.

However, McEnroe expressed concerns about Nadal’s physical condition and predicted he could retire from tennis after the upcoming Olympic Games, which will be held on clay. Nadal had previously stated his intention to compete in the Olympics, and McEnroe speculated that he may choose to retire after that event.

Rafael Nadal in 2024

Currently ranked no.275, Nadal played his last match at 27e

in May when he lost to world number 4 Alexander Zverev 6-3 7-6(5) 6-3 in the 1st round of the French Open (draw).

During this season, Nadal has an overall record of 7-5 matches.

Nadal will play next at Wimbledon (Wimbledon). He will start from the main tournament that starts on July 1.

French Open

Nadal’s record

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