Rafael Nadal has provided an update on his eagerly awaited return to the tennis court. He chose the prestigious Museo del Traje in Madrid as the backdrop for a significant announcement, the launch of a new line of food supplements designed to cater to both women and men aged 35 and above who engage in sports activities.
Rafa’s collaboration on this project extends to Cantabria Labs, with the company’s president, Juan Matji, serving as a co-founder of this new line of supplements.
During the event, Rafa offered insights into his ongoing efforts:
“I’m training more now than a month ago but I’m taking it one day at a time. Let’s see if I have the chance to increase the intensity to come back little by little.
“My first idea would be to return in Australia but I can’t tell you. I’m able to train a little more, which for me is a step forward. I’m in less pain but I still have some discomfort. If I had less pain, I could give you a date.
“I’m on the right path but I’m in unknown territory because it’s an injury I haven’t had before. Even so, I’m still looking forward to it. I wish I could know when I’m coming back but that’s not the case. I tried to come back for the clay season but it wasn’t to be. The pressure has always been from me personally because I have always been a demanding person with myself.”