Carlos Moya and Francisco Roig are closely helping Rafael Nadal during practice sessions in Manacor ahead of the world no. 2's comeback that is likely to happen in the Davis Cup tie between Spain and Germany next week. 'He has been training for a week, we go little by little, without doing crazy things, because you have to consider that he had two same injuries, basically.
He is not at 100% yet,'Moya admitted. Nadal's coach also said that the focus now is on the Davis Cup, trying to do well and help the team. 'But if he can win one or two matches it can help him,' he recognized referring to the clay-court season that will start for him at the Monte Carlo Masters.
'We go progressing, the Davis Cup motivates us but we also know that after that, it comes a month and a half without stopping that is very important to him.' Nadal has won just four matches in 2018 so far, all of them at the Australian Open, the only tournament he played.