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April 08, 2012

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Versacourt

this is a great blog, thank you for sharing!

Jose

Hi,

It's good sometimes to go back to see what was written about a particular event we have just witnessed.
This may be the case of Nadal's clay season, which is over.
And it has been really good for him, getting the most wished title, in Paris, and breaking a record as 7 French Opens winner.
There is something interesting within this article.
It's not the first time I read about Nadal's legs problems.
I really think this is not such a problem. Probably because of the way he cares of his legs, the way he trains, etc...I think he is (still) really capable of playing his higuest tennis.
It has always amazed me how a tennis player can keep performing as regularly well as he does. It looks to me like a real psychological feat. I don't really think Nadal (or any other tennis player) could be keeping such a good level if they were seriously injured.
And yes, as you said, both Nadal and Djokovic are still able to dominate the headlines!, and probably for a long time (I hope so).

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