The vulnerability of Rafael Nadal...

November 28, 2009 11:09am CST
In his matches after a short hiatus, he became more vulnerable to his opponents he beaten easily before. Will he regain his top form that give 6 Grand Slam titles and dominate again or will his injuries took their toll to cut his career short?
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• India
6 Jan 10
the kind of player rafa is, its very hard for him to make a comeback, although he can stay in top ten for a long time, but the kind of performance , stamina and stenth that is required to be on top , its almost impoosible for rafa to regain that peak performace of his carrier that he did in 2008. he is also having personal problem, apaprt from health isues, hope he comes out of it and we see some more interesting fedex-rafa encounters. but i think he wont be the same rafa again, his best is over.
@epineda (66)
• Philippines
4 Dec 09
I'm quite sure Rafa will bounce back from his injuries to regain the No. 1 spot in the ATP rankings. Too bad about his recent losses. I hope he can sustain his victories for a long and fruitful career.
@ram_cv (16515)
• India
28 Nov 09
I actually think that Nadal is not yet back to his full fitness. Remember his game is built on tirelessly running around the court and making it difficult for opponents to pass him. That aspect seems to be still not fully recovered as far as Nadal is concerned. So I think we need to give him some time. I think by the time of next Aussie Open you should be able to see a fully fit Nadal back on the circuit. Cheers! Ram