Business as usual for Rafa the record-breaker.

La rambler.

So, not only is Rafael Nadal back, but he’s answered all of those who questioned whether he would ever get back to a position of competing for – and winning – the sport’s top prizes.

Such was the seriousness of his most recent injury setback, there were even suggestions, only 6 months ago, of the possibility of an early retirement for one of the game’s finest ever players.

However, not only has Nadal overcome a long injury lay-off and proved he is fit enough to compete at the highest level, but the Spaniard has also shown the fighting qualities of a true champion to get back to mixing it with the very the best in the world.

Had it not been for a seven month gap in ranking points, Nadal would surely be in contention for challenging Novak Djokovic for the world number one spot – something which no man…

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