What injuries? The idea that this whining adolescent has had some kind of injury-plagued career is a baseless myth. Yeah, he's had to miss the odd tournament here & there and occasionally had to take a month or two off - so what? That's entirely normal for most tennis players' - most sportsmen's - careers. Jimmy Connors, to take just one example, had a very similar record, but nobody talks about his injury-plagued career, probably because Connors wasn't such a whining little bitch about it & didn't have Don Toni to act as his creepy mouthpiece. An injury-plagued career is a career that is adversely affected by injuries, derailed, stultified, or ended by injury, e.g., Safin, Del Potro, Nishikori, Monfils, Tsonga, Haas, Hewitt, hell, even Murray have been worse affected by injury than Nadal. Nadal has played the vast majority of slams available to him and usually gone deep and he's completed the clay season, the most important part of the year for him, nearly every year. That is not an injury-plagued career. His injuries have been an irritant to his career rather than a threat to it and it's about time people stopped pretending otherwise.
Oh god, this basic logic is so rare to see on MTF that it becomes beautiful. And so damn refreshing