"Nadal's serve is at 80%," said coach Carlos Moya, who has been working very carefully and carefully taking every practice session of the best on the planet, who is "taking the right steps," he added. The former number one in the world.
"We are progressing every day a little more. It is clear that we are just in time. Tomorrow it will be decisive to see how we are doing," Moya said after Saturday's last training on the central court located in the O2 Arena in London.
Nadal, who trains under the supervision of his doctor and his physiotherapist, Dr. Cotorro and Rafael Maymo, will debut on the second Monday in the tournament, of the few great trophies that are missing in his showcase.
"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," Moya said in the words shared by the newspaper El Mundo from Spain.