Friday, July 3, 2015

Are Nadal's glory days over as he exits Wimbledon 2015 race

Rafa glory days

There were times when Rafael Nadal was world number one with fourteen Grand Slam titles to his credits - and it seemed that one day he would stand tall over the rest of his contemporaries by bagging yet many more Grand Slams.

But it seems that two time Wimbledon champion's glory days are over - at least for now as he was ousted from the Wimbledon 2015 race right in the second round by a German qualifier Dustin Brown 7-5 3-6 6-4 6-4.

Presently down to number 10 in the world ranking from the top of the world just a few years back, the heavily injured Spaniard sees a bleak future for him though he vows to continue for the better days - no where in sight as of now.

He himself confesses that: "I don't know if I will be back to the level of 2008 or 2010."

With a confidence level at a much lower shade than before, many see end of Nadal's glory days. Blame his injuries which he has been suffering from for the last few years, it is sad to see a resilient and forceful player slipping and fading away much sooner than expected. 

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