Rafael Nadal now has only two Slams fewer than Roger Federer's 20. The Spaniard said: "Of course, we push each other. But I lost, I think, around 15 or even more Grand Slams in my career for injuries. So have been -- is difficult.
But being honest, I never complain myself much, and I never tried to think about, Well, I gonna catch Roger or not. Being honest, I am not very worried about this stuff, no? You can't be frustrated all the time because the neighbor has a bigger house than you (smiling) or a bigger TV or a better garden.
That's not the way that I see the life, you know. And I just try to do my way. I feel very lucky about all the things that are happening to me. And if, at the end of my career, I am able to win a couple of more Grand Slams and be closer to Roger, will be unbelievable.
If not, for me, still unbelievable, no? And today, the last thing that I thought before you ask me that is about this thing. For me, Roland Garros, feel myself enjoying again on court. That's the main thing, no? Then what can happen in the future, we will see.
I gonna try my best to keep enjoying tennis, giving myself chances to compete at the highest level, and we will see what's going on."