PARIS (AP) — Rafael Nadal says he is unsure about his future in tennis after he needed multiple injections to dull pain in his left foot on his way to winning his 14th French Open title. After beating Casper Ruud (rood) 6-3, 6-3, 6-0 in today’s final Nadal told reporters that he received anesthetizing shots during the tournament that left his foot feeling numb. He said it’s obvious that he “can’t keep competing with the foot asleep.” Nadal said he will try some new treatments over the next week to see whether that might allow him to enter Wimbledon, where he has won two of his men’s-record 22 Grand Slam titles. Play begins at the All England Club on June 27.
Nadel wins French Open, unsure about Wimbledon
Jun 6, 2022