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  1. Wimbledon fans could say goodbye to Rafael Nadal, 37, this summer

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    If this is, as expected, Rafael Nadal’s final French Open, it will be one that everyone — the 37-year-old Spaniard included — surely will remember vividly. No matter how healthy the guy everyone calls “Rafa” might be. No matter how long his stay in the bracket lasts.
    Just 12 months ago, there were fears that Nadal would never play again as injuries continued to blight his career. One year on though, the Spaniard has two more Grand Slam titles to his name having won both the 2022 Australian and French Open.
    The Spaniard has won both of the most recent Grand Slam titles at the French Open and at the Australian Open earlier this year. Despite his recent success, the past 12 months have been difficult for Nadal as he has dealt with a degenerative bone condition in his left foot known as Mueller-Weiss syndrome.
    FILE - French Open winner, Spain’s Rafael Nadal, listens at a press conference prior to his first tournament on grass at the ATP Gerry Weber Open on Tuesday, June 7, 2005 in Halle, western Germany. The 2024 French Open is expected to be the last one for Rafael Nadal. (AP Photo/Martin Meissner, File)
  4. If this is Rafael Nadal’s last French Open, it should be similar to ...

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