Reports: Rafael Nadal will travel to Roland Garros early next week; Set to play his first Major since 2023 Australian Open

According to sources, tennis star Rafael Nadal is set to leave for the French Open 2024 early next week, which is set to commence on May 26 in Paris.

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According to sources, tennis star Rafael Nadal is set to leave for the French Open 2024 early next week, which is set to commence on May 26 in Paris. The star player is set to play his first major since the 2023 Australian Open. Notably, the 20-time Grand Slam winner has struggled against Hubert Hurkacz in the third round of the Italian Open 2024, taking place in Rome.

However, after the defeat against Hurkacz, Nadal is all set to play for a record-breaking 15th French Open title later this month. The former World No. 1 has opened up about the emotional issues that have been bothering him and were causing him to miss the marquee event. However, the Spaniard is set to make his appearance at the French Open in 2024 and will be looking to win the title.

I have done in the last 15 years, even if now it seems impossible: Rafael Nadal

Meanwhile, Rafael Nadal has been playing on his third tour since his return from injury in mid-April. The 37-year-old legend earlier revealed that he has not taken the decision to play in the French Open 2024 owing to grave injuries, but despite feeling frustrated, he is willing to give his best at the French Open 2024. In addition, the legendary player will be giving great fights in the upcoming marquee event set to start with a few days to go.

Nadal told reporters, "The decision is not clear in my head right now. But if I had to say what my feeling is, it's that I will be at Roland Garros and I will give my best. Even though it's a difficult time for me, I would say frustrating, right now I feel closer to trying. Let's see what happens, how I feel mentally. And if I feel ready, I want be there and fight as I have done in the last 15 years, even if now it seems impossible."

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