Rafael Nadal has withdrawn from the Monte Carlo Masters as a result of a setback in his injury recovery. The 36-year-old has not played competitively since sustaining an injury during the Australian Open in January. Nadal was expected to prepare for the French Open on the clay courts of Monaco, which begins this weekend. However, he has confirmed that he is not yet ready to play, indicating that his participation in the upcoming Roland Garros is still uncertain. Nadal has won eleven times on the clay courts in Monte Carlo and is due to defend his French Open title in Paris later this summer. Meanwhile, 19-year-old Carlos Alcaraz has also pulled out of the tournament due to soreness after his defeat to Jannik Sinner in Miami. The world-class event will feature top-seed Novak Djokovic, Miami Open champion Daniil Medvedev, and Stefanos Tsitsipas.
Monte Carlo Withdrawal Sets Rafael Nadal’s Injury Recovery Back
- 6 May 2023
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