Rafael Nadal is not finished. That's what former World No. 1 Carlos Moya wanted to intend in an interview to New York Times. Milos Raonic's coach defended his compatriot that often trains with him in Manacor. 'It’s the first injury to his left wrist.
He had trouble with the right one awhile back - said Moya - Tennis is very stressful physically and mentally, and these things happen. It’s about coming back strong, which I’m sure he’s going to do.' Moya thinks some people do not value that Rafa's been so consistent for more than a decade: 'They talk a lot about his injuries, but the past 10 years, he has not been out of the top five at the end of the year, so he always came back stronger.' Carlos is aware that is not getting any younger: 'I know that he’s 30 years old.
It’s not the same as when you are 20, but still I think you cannot write him off at all. He’s going to be back fighting for the Slams.' ALSO READ: Rafael Nadal: ´In Mallorca for days and days I don´t sign autographs or take photos´