Athletistic/Tennis. 22-time Grand Slam winner and former world number one, Spanish tennis player Rafael Nadal has said he could continue his career in 2025.

“I never make a hasty decision, and this time will be no exception. The last few weeks have forced me to reconsider my career plans. I’m enjoying playing again and don’t rule out the possibility of participating in Roland Garros next year. I want to see if my physical condition will stay at this level or if it’s just a passing feeling. I’ll see how I feel after the Olympics and then make a decision. But always with great peace of mind and the satisfaction of having always done my best. I will accept this decision without any problem. “I said I think it’s my last year, but now I can’t be sure because no one knows what will happen in the future,” Nadal was quoted as saying by Lequipe.

Recall that Nadal, 38, withdrew this year from the fight for the Roland Garros trophy after the first round, and the stands saw him stand up. The athlete himself called this tournament potentially the last of his career.

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