In a recent interview with Spanish media, as quoted by AS, Carlos Moya spoke about Rafael Nadal's desire to keep pushing himself. 'He wants to play everything, be always available but he is realizing that he is getting older.
I was the same way when I was a player. But now I am not and I have to make him see that it can be worthwhile to change things, not to play much so as to extend (his career) a little more. He handles it well, what he doesn't handle well are injuries that hurt more than losses.' About playing on clay this year where Nadal has both ranking and points at stake, Moya said, 'Rafa heads (into clay season) having played fewer matches than the past year and a little low on confidence.
If he is injury-free, he will have a great season.' ALSO READ: Kristina Mladenovic: 'I really like Roger Federer a lot' .