Masters Cup – ATP Finals This is confirmed by his feelings and the words of his coach Carlos Moy
Carlos Moy: "He has taken normal and has no discomfort in the abdominal"
The world number one practiced for two hours with his compatriot Roberto Bautista in one of the warm-up tracks of the O2 under the watchful eye of Angel Ruiz Cotorro, his trusted doctor. They ended up contesting a 'tie break' that fell on the side of the 19-great champion.
The final result was good feelings, something confirmed by his technician Carlos Moy: "You can say that it is fine. This Sunday was an exam because it is the first day he has been able to take out normally. He has served normally. We have gone going up gives da intensity. "
In this way, Nadal has the medical discharge to play in full physical conditions tomorrow the first Masters Cup match against Alexander Zverev. "We believe he is fully recovered. The progression has been good. Another thing would have been that I could not get yesterday or today because we faced the game with Zverev with more unknowns. He does not have abdominal discomfort. We believe that it cannot fall from the injury, but the risk always exists when you enter a track"says Moy, who says his pupil has not had to modify the service mechanics with respect to Bercy.
Nadal has been working these last few days with the Indiba machine to accelerate the recovery, in addition to receiving manual treatment in the affected area by Rafael Maym, his physiotherapist.
On Monday, an opponent is measured who has defeated in the previous five between the two. "There is the world's seven and won last year. The rivals here are all tough and it will be a very difficult game, although it is true that the face to face is very good"the Mallorcan technician continues." We know that if Rafa is not very well, it will be difficult to win. "