ATP Finals | Moya on Nadal's injury: "Let's go just in time"


Carlos Moya, Rafael Nadal's coach, acknowledged to Efe that the serve of the Balearic, diminished by the abdominal injury that forced him to withdraw from Paris-Bercy, is "80%"and explained that they are" taking the right steps. "

"We are progressing every day a little more. It is clear that we are going fair (on time). Tomorrow it will be decisive to see how we are doing, "Moya explained after Nadal's training this Saturday at the central track of the ATP Finals.

During the exercise, a Nadal was seen who is getting more and more intense, but always supervised by Angel Ruiz-Cotorro, doctor of the tennis player.

Questioned about the level of Nadal's serve, Moya acknowledged that he is "80%" and that tomorrow we will try a little more and so on until the debut of the Korean man this Monday (9:00 pm) against the German Alexander Zverev.

"We are taking the right steps. Tomorrow we will try a little more and Monday more. This takes time and we don't have the time we would like to have, but we won't do any madness either, "Moya said.

On the caution in training, Moya said that between him and Cotorro remind Nadal to be cautious and not force.

"He has enough in his head. He knows what has happened although his head asks for the most, he thinks and he knows that when he has to be 100% it is Monday," he added.

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