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Rafael Nadal may be finished, but he will still come back

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Rafael Nadal leaves Turin on a high note. Still, since his injury at Wimbledon, he has only been a shadow of himself. It was enough for the little music sending it to the scrapyard to resurface. So, is Nadal “finished”? The best is still to leave him alone and wait for his answer on the court in 2023.


We will not go so far as to say that Rafael Nadal saved the honor since there was nothing to save or wash away. But if it does not change anything in his destiny in this Masters, the victory of the Spaniard against Casper Ruud, Thursday, allows him at least to turn his back on this 2022 season, which was first staggering and then anemic on a positive note. Needless to extrapolate further on the meaning of a success in a match between a player already qualified and another already eliminated. Question at stake, it was one of the most anecdotal meetings of the year.

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