Rafael Nadal: 'Moya will help me a lot. My wrist is ok'



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Rafael Nadal: 'Moya will help me a lot. My wrist is ok'

Rafael Nadal and Marc Lopez struggled a lot to win the Spanish Championships final. The Olympic Gold medalists beat David Munoz and Jose Perez 7-6, 7-6. In the first set, Nadal and Lopez were even down a break. At the end of matchm Nadal spoke about Carlos Moya becoming his new coach.

'I am happy that Carlos is with us. First of all because he is a great friend and a great tennis fan; with the rest of my team he will help me a lot in order that everything goes well.'

Nadal also added he is practicing a lot, enough to say he recovered from his wrist injury. 'My body is doing well and I am able to practice for many hours per week.

Then obviously you feel a little bit tired.' He will start the new season in Abu Dhabi, then will play Brisbane and Australian Open. Quotes recognized by Marca

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