Rafael Nadal: 'I sleep very well even without having more Major titles'


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Rafael Nadal: 'I sleep very well even without having more Major titles'

Rafael Nadal is proud with how this year's US Open is going so far. The Mallorca native has reached another final in New York and on Sunday he will face Daniil Medvedev to fight for the trophy. "When I arrived here, my goal was to produce a chance to compete for the big thing again.

Here I am. I give myself another chance, as I did in Wimbledon, as I did in Australia, as I did in Roland Garros. That's the personal satisfaction. That's the personal happiness. You win, you lose. That's part of all the sport.

Of course, I would love to be the one who achieve more Grand Slams, but I still sleep very well without being the one who have more Grand Slams. I am happy about my career. I am very happy about what I'm doing. I'm going to keep working hard to try to produce chances.

Sunday is one. It's just one more chance, that's all. My opponents going to keep playing. If I able to win on Sunday, okay, will be amazing. If I lose, I hope to keep having chances in the future to add things. But as I always say to you, and is true: I would love to be the one to have more, yes, but you cannot be all day frustrated or all day thinking about what's your neighbor have better than you.

You have to be happy with yourself. You have to do your way. If you are the one to achieve more, fantastic. If not, at least I give my best during all my career. That's all."