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Old 09-26-2012, 09:29 PM   #397
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Default Re: Rafael Nadal Injury/Health Update Thread : Spanish Press: Nadal not in DC etc

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Rafa: More hard courts 100 percent wrong
Matt CroninTuesday, September 25, 2012

Rafael Nadal, who has been sidelined since Wimbledon due to a knee injury, tells the Daily Mail that the ATP tour has too many hard-court events, and that he might add more clay-court tournaments to his schedule, such as those in Latin America in February.

"I can’t pretend not to play on hard courts when two of the Slams are on hard courts, but there is a mistake "with our game," Nadal said. “You don’t watch footballers playing on a hard surface, or basketball players, those sports with rapid movements. It’s not going to change for me and my generation. Hard courts are very negative for the body. I know the sport is a business and creating these courts is easier than clay or grass, but I am 100 percent sure it is wrong. I may have to play more on clay than before, but there aren’t that many options."
this is from the Daily Mail, l'Equipe, Gazzetta dello Sport and Marca interview we had already talked about, everything here was in the interview, in several parts. Nothing new.
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