Slam drought done, Nadal heads to grass

Slam drought done, Nadal heads to grass.
And I’m going to try to keep working hard to try to enjoy more beautiful weeks.” Wawrinka had fewer qualms about assessing Nadal, who leads the tour with four titles and 43 match wins this season, including a 24-1 record on clay.
“He’s playing the best he’s ever played.
But not only here,” said Wawrinka, a three-time major champion, including at the 2015 French Open.
… His level of play is unbelievable.” There’s no rest for the weary: Play begins at the next major, Wimbledon, just three weeks from Monday.
Novak Djokovic will try to get back on track after going through four Grand Slam tournaments without successfully defending any of the titles he won a year prior.
And Nadal?
“When Rafael is good with his knees,” Toni said, “he can play well on the grass.” Nadal won Wimbledon twice, in 2008 and 2010.
A reporter wanted to know whether, during that time, Nadal harbored any doubts about returning to the heights of his sport.
During that three years, I had doubts.

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