Rafael Nadal plans to return to top form after recovering from injury. He will compete in the championships next season on clay and the French Open Grand Slam Tournament May-June 2013. 26-year tennis player who ever sat in the number one world ranking slipped to the fourth position of the Association of Tennis professionals (ATP). He has not returned to play out in surprising since Wimbledon Tournament June.
The Spaniard was diagnosed with a partially torn knee tendon and inflammation in the left knee. He has returned to practice on the field two weeks ago. His recovery went well and the doctors are happy. Nadal said he briefly considered for surgery, but the doctor that it would prefer not to take risks. He stated that he have to look at his career in the next five years.
Nadal, who won 11 times Grand Slam men’s singles, quite realistic about his return to competitive tennis. At the Tournament Australian Open this January, he did not expect to win. Nadal said he wanted to be at 100 percent when competing in the Monte Carlo Rolex Masters next April, and the French Open later. In May, Nadal won the French Open for the seventh time. He has also won the Monte Carlo Masters eight consecutive years.