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Rafael Nadal reveals big fear ahead of tennis return at Brisbane International

Rafael Nadal reveals big fear ahead of tennis return at Brisbane International

When Rafael Nadal returns to court in Brisbane after a year out he will be in “unexplored terrain” and will try not “to demand the maximum” from himself.

The 37-year-old Spanish superstar has not appeared on tour since last January, when he hurt his hip flexor during a loss in the second round of the Australian Open.

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He wound up having arthroscopic surgery in June in Barcelona.

Nadal said on Monday in a video on social media that he hopes to again “feel those nerves, that illusion, those fears, those doubts” on court at the Brisbane International, which begins on December 31 and runs to January 7.

Rafael Nadal hasn’t played a competitive match since January. Credit: AAP

“I have been afraid to announce things because in the end it’s a year without competing and it’s a hip operation,” he said.

“But what worries me the most is not the hip, it’s everything else.

“I think I’m ready, and I trust and hope that things go well and that it gives me the opportunity to enjoy myself on the court.”

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Nadal said he knows things may be different after so much time without competing.

“I expect from myself not to expect anything. This is the truth,” he said.

“To have the ability not to demand of myself what I have demanded of myself throughout my career.

“I believe I’m in a different moment, in a different situation and in unexplored terrain.

“I have internalised what I have had throughout my life, which is to demand of myself the maximum.

“Right now what I really hope is to be able not to do that, not to demand the maximum, to accept that things are going to be very difficult at the beginning and to give myself the necessary time and forgive myself if things go wrong at the beginning, which is a very big possibility.”

Last May, a little more than a week before the French Open, Nadal announced he was missing the tournament that has earned him 14 of his 22 grand slam titles.

He said then he hoped to compete in 2024 – in what he expected to be his final season.

Nadal finished his message on Monday saying things could change for the best in a “not-too-distant future” if “I keep the illusion and the spirit of work” and if his “physique responds” well.

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