Henri Leconte: Rafael Nadal will return again and will show great tennis on flour
Henri Leconte, finalist of Roland Garros in 1988, was impressed by the performance of Rafael Nadal in the final of the tournament in Monte Carlo. – He’ll be back again and will show great tennis at the meal – said the Frenchman.
Henri Leconte , finalist of Roland Garros in 1988 and was number five world ranking, closely followed the final in Monte Carlo between Rafael Nadal and Gael Monfils – the Spaniard won 7: 5, 5: 7, 6: 0. The Frenchman admitted he was impressed by a left-handed tennis player, who in his opinion back to great form.
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– We must be patient, but it seems to me that it can be slow to call back Nadal – said Leconte for Tennis Actu. – I was impressed by his performance in the final against Gaelowi [Monfilsowi]. He reminded early Rafa, but is able to maintain this level for five sets? It must surely serve a little bit better. In Monte Carlo rivals could seek opportunities with his administration.
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– If you will witness the return of Nadal, tennis will benefit, because when he presents a weaker form, it reminds me of a gap. He will come back again and will show great tennis at the meal. During the period, the weaker Nadal, no one really dominated this surface. Only Stan Wawrinka won Roland Garros and distinguished himself at the meal – he added.
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The German extenista Boris Becker, triple Wimbledon champion and coach of Serbian Novak Djokovic , world number one said “no” will “surprise” the triumph of Rafael Nadal in the tournament in Monaco , and “he never” thought the Spanish “was gone” and that is something “fantastic, because it is a legend.” “I never thought that Rafa was gone. I always thought it was near the top. But when you are injured or have discomfort a few times, the competition does not sleep. And it’s not just a matter that you have not played, but the others have improved, “Becker said Monday in Berlin, when asked by Efe in a meeting with reporters at the Laureus Awards, whose Academy is a member of the German star. Nadal – winner of every Grand Slam, with fourteen titles, including nine at Roland Garros on Sunday won their ninth crown in Monte Carlo tournament, after beating in the final the Frenchman Gael Monfils 7-5, 5-7, 6-0.