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You can go out very early here, says Rafael Nadal

03 Juillet 2017

Nadal won Wimbledon in 2008 and 2010.

"I would have loved to have played at Queen's obviously but after the last three months and after what happened at Roland Garros on the side of that for my body it's better to have lower change to the grass, so we were practicing more every day, I was lucky to have a tournament there in Mallorca". Let's see what's going on this year, it's always hard, I am excited to be playing again here, it's a tournament, I really love and I really enjoy playing.

RAFAEL Nadal is adamant that he will not be discouraged by the memory of recent Wimbledon woes as he prepares to follow up his landmark 10th French Open triumph with a third success on the sport's most storied lawns.

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Nadal lost to Lukas Rosol in the second round in 2012 when struggling with knee problems, Steve Darcis in 2013 (first round), the then new boy Nick Kyrgios in 2014 (fourth round) and Dustin Brown in 2015 (second round) before missing past year with a wrist injury. "But I had my chances, too". Nadal dwelt on the tricky nature of the surface, the slickness of which can punish players in the Spaniard's mould early in the tournament. "If not, I am not playing", said Nadal, whose victory in Paris took his grand slam total to 15. If I'm able to go through the beginning.

"My motivation is always high in all of the events I play, if not I am playing, you can imagine always playing at Wimbledon is very special for me". If not, I am not playing. After that, last year I couldn't play (and) 2015 was not my year, of course. The Spaniard, who opens against Aussie John Millman said his level of play picked up after the Australian Open.

You can go out very early here, says Rafael Nadal