Rafael Nadal took to Twitter to announce that he is withdrawing from Montreal Open due to an injury
Rafael Nadal has withdrawn from the upcoming U.S. Open warm-up tournament in Montreal, citing a continued abdominal injury that forced him to withdraw ahead of his Wimbledon semifinal with Nick Kyrgios. The Montreal event runs Aug. 8-14, with the U.S. Open set to begin Aug. 29.
“I hope to play again in Montreal, a tournament that I love and that I have won five times in front of an audience that has always welcomed me with great affection. I have no choice but to be prudent at this point and think about health”, wrote Nadal on Twitter, confirming his withdrawal from the tournament.
Twitter reacts to Rafael Nadal’s withdrawal from Montreal Open
Fans are disappointed that the wait to watch their idol back in action gets longer but at the same time, conveyed their best wishes for a speedy recovery. Let us take a look at some of the reactions.
“Nothing as important as your health and happiness, Rafa. Take your time and come back when you feel ready. You’ll always have our unconditional support. Feel better soon”, a fan conveyed his best wishes.
“Rest up and recover soon, Rafa. Your health is more important. We’re with you always”, wrote another fan.
Another fan tweeted – “Your health is most important. Look forward to seeing you back on the courts soon”.
“rest up for the US Open Rafa”, wrote another fan on similar terms.
“So sorry for you Rafa, but your health comes first. Wish you speedy recovery and hope to see you again on the courts soon. Take care”, tweeted another fan.
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