Francis Roig is in Madrid to follow his player Rafael Nadal on the attempt to win the sixth title there. The Spanish player's coach said that Nadal is not thinking about Roland Garros yet, but only about what's next.
'A few months ago Rafa was injured but he was feeling very well', Roig told Marca. 'At the end people thinks that you only have Grand Slams and it's not like this. He always says it, the important tournament is the one you have to play in order to have good feelings for the next one.
You have to be calm, but it's clear that at the moment this is a great shape of form.' However, they are cautious: 'The match by match exists in our group as well. Once you see the draw you focus only on the following match, and there is no one better than him in this.' ALSO READ: Roger Federer could achieve one of the craziest records at Wimbledon