Rafael Nadal contemplates retirement plans ahead of US Open injury return


“I don’t know if I would be the ideal person to train a player… For now I don’t contemplate it, although, as the saying goes, never say I won’t drink this water.” And Nadal was confident that when he and his fellow Big Three stars Novak Djokovic and Roger Federer did retire, there would still be plenty of talent on the tour.

“In tennis there has always been generational change. We have had great stars that have been replaced by others, it is normal. Perhaps in our case what has happened is that we have been here for many years, but I am convinced that those who arrive will stay and take over,” he added.


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