Rafael Nadal announced on Twitter that he will not participate in Wimbledon and the Olympics.
“This is a difficult decision, but I have to listen to my body. This is the best decision. My main goal is to keep my career going and be able to continue to fight for the biggest trophy. From French Open to Winner Bourdon, there is “only two weeks enough time to recover. The past two months have been great, but at the same time it is a great burden for my body,” Nadal wrote in a series of tweets.
The Spaniard, who recently turned 35, won Barcelona and Rome titles in the country championships and defeated Djokovic in the final. But in the semifinals, the French Open lost to the Serbs in four sets, and then decided to rest.
He participated in the semifinals of the last Wimbledon tennis tournament in 2019 and won that tournament in 2008 and 2010. At the 2008 Olympics, he won the singles gold medal, and in 2016 he won the doubles gold medal.