Rafael Nadal uses own injury experience to warn Novak Djokovic at Australian Open

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Rafael Nadal uses own injury experience to warn Novak Djokovic at Australian Open

"If you really have physical problems, you will not win. If you have some pain and it's not putting you in a situation that limits you, the movemen

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“If you really have physical problems, you will not win. If you have some pain and it’s not putting you in a situation that limits you, the movements, maybe you can find a way.

“But when you really, really have an injury, it’s impossible to win a tournament like this.”

Speaking on Sunday, Djokovic admitted he may have to take some time off after the Australian Open to get over the injury.

He said: “It will jeopardise, you know, depending on how I go here, it will jeopardise certain tournaments that are coming after the Australian Open that I was maybe thinking to play.

“So I’ll probably have to, you know, take a little bit more time than I was previously thinking and heal, recover, and then get back on the tour.”



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