Of course it wasn’t. Novak was the better player that day and I haven’t heard Nadal with the injury card on that loss.which means it wasn't the main factor in his RG21 defeat
Everyone has an opinion.I have been watching Foot Doc Zach on YouTube for a while now. His tennis shoe reviews are excellent!
Sadly, Nadal's congenital foot injury could end his career. Here's wishing him a full recovery.
It doesn't need to vanish.Whatever injury it may be - I'm sure it will vanish before Monte Carlo next year. That's how Nadal' injuries have always worked.
Rafa was asked about this, he said, “No, this is not true. I am normally a 10-and-a-half and I wear a tailor-made one to play that is a 10. But as I say it is tailor-made so not a real number.”He has said that he wears shoes that are too small. I wonder if that has anything to do with it?
He has had it since at least 2005.But the usual prognosis for Müller-Weiß-Syndrome says the opposite: Nadal will soon have to be happy to be able to walk halfway painlessly at all. Competitive sport? Practically impossible!
Degenerative, chronic and hardly curable
The prominent French sports doctor Gilbert Versier explained in L'Equipe: "The bone deteriorates and deteriorates, the blood becomes necrotic and the bone decomposes - this is extremely painful!"