Roig: "Rafael Nadal's foot pain gets worse with cold"



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Roig: "Rafael Nadal's foot pain gets worse with cold"

During an interview with Noticias, Francisco Roig analyzed Rafael Nadal's condition in detail, about his injury on his foot in relationship with thw upcoming Wimbledon 2022, 3rd Slam of the season on the London lawns. Roig explained: "Rafael Nadal's foot pain tends to get worse with the cold.

The doctor told us that the last treatment Rafa underwent will work, even if it will have to wait. It should be 2 or 3 sessions. This remedy will allow him to play painlessly for some time." In the latest edition of her podcast, Rennae Stubbs paid tribute to Nadal: "It's amazing how he managed to find a way to play, even though his physique was not in optimal condition.

I knew that he would take his doctor to Paris and that he would do everything possible to win another Roland Garros. He had to numb his foot during the tournament, otherwise the pain would have been unbearable. In some ways, it put his health at risk.

What he did is just crazy."

Rafael Nadal at Wimbledon 2022 for history

Nadal won the first two Grand Slams of 2022, confirming for the umpteenth time that he is a special athlete. The Spanish champion had just played seven official tournaments last year, leading many experts to believe that his career was now winding down.

Arriving in Australia without great expectations, the former world number 1 made a memorable ride that allowed him to win his second title at Melbourne Park. The extraordinary comeback against Daniil Medvedev in the final left everyone speechless, arousing reactions in every corner of the planet.

The 36-year-old from Manacor won his first 20 games this year before returning to deal with injuries. A stress fracture in a rib and pain in his foot seemed to have knocked him out ahead of Roland Garros, but Nadal has proven he has a thousand lives.

Thanks to a series of infiltrations and the help of his doctor, the Iberian won the French Grand Slam for the 14th time in his career.