Friday, 20 July 2012

Nadal Pulls Out Of Olympics

Defending Olympic defender Rafael Nadal pulled out of the London Games with an undisclosed suitability difficulty on Thursday, ending his chances of winning a subsequent immediately gold medal. “I am not in condition to compete in the London Olympics and therefore will not travel as planned with the Spanish delegation to take part in the games,” the third-ranked Spaniard said in a statement.

Nadal did not unveil any precise injury, but he cancelled a help match in Madrid on July 4 since of tendon troubles in his left knee. He has also suffered from the knee problems in the past and how he has to face the matches since he has eliminated in the second round of Wimbledon to then hundredth rank Lukas Rosol where one of the very most astonishing outcome in the tournament’s narration.

“I have to think about my companions, I can’t be selfish and I have to think of what’s best for the Spanish sport, especially tennis and Spanish players and give fellow sportsmen with better preparation the chance to compete,” he said. “I tried to hurry my preparations and training to the very last minute, but it was not to be,” he added. It is time to remember that Nadal was the flag bearer for Spain in the time of opening ceremony in 2008 Beijing London Games. 

Keywords: London Olympics, Rafael Nadal, defending champion, Wimbledon

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