With Roberto Bautista, first reserve in case there are any casualties, as a co-worker and partisan rival, Nadal took out "normal" and without restrictions. "It's the first day he has been able to do it," said Moya, before revealing that Rafa did it "without abdominal discomfort", the muscle that was distended in the training prior to the semifinal match of the 1,000 Masters in Paris that could not play against Shapovalov eight days ago. The number one in the world, who seems in a position to defend his position in London (if he reaches the final with four wins, he will retain whatever Djokovic does), he denoted neither pain nor fatigue during the morning session on track 1 of the huge British complex, mix of sports venue and shopping center. He looks fine, perhaps with the most imposing physique of his career and with that strength that surprises and amazes who for the first time sees him practice. In addition, Baptist gave him a good reply and demanded. All before the watchful eye of Dr. Cotorro and Rafa Maymo, his physio. Both have closely monitored the recovery of the tennis player.
"Rafa is fine, this was an exam and it went well. We started very slowly on Thursday, on Friday we increased the intensity and the load and endured it well. We believe it is in optimal condition. Another thing is that he could not take out, but the abdominal has not bothered him or anything, "explains Moya, who believes that" he will not have problems again, although on track there is always risk. " "I always follow his opinion a lot and Maymo's, and they both see the progression very good." The coach says that they have not changed "anything" of Nadal's service mechanics and that he sees "good" tennis. "Here there is no room to speculate and catch pace, but we believe we will be well prepared," he adds.