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    Legend's Last Wimbledon?


    Rafael Nadal may have confirmed his farewell tournament…

    The Spaniard has confirmed he will represent Europe at the Laver Cup in September in what could be his final competitive event as a tennis player. Nadal has been confirmed in the line-up alongside fellow Spaniard Carlos Alcaraz, Daniil Medvedev and Alexander Zverev as Bjorn Borg's team bid to win back the trophy from Team World.

    The 37-year-old returned to action for the first time since January at the Barcelona Open, and following an injury-plagued last two years, speculation had been rife that he would retire following the French Open, which gets underway on 20th May.

    With 14 of Nadal's 22 Grand Slam titles coming in Paris, the tournament had been cited as the perfect stage for the 'King of Clay' to bow out. However, he now seems set to participate in Wimbledon and the US Open this year, with the Laver Cup following both those events on the weekend of September 20-22.

    In a statement, Nadal said: "I am very happy to be playing Laver Cup in Berlin for Team Europe. I have some really special memories from my Laver Cup experiences, including all the emotions from London two years ago playing alongside Roger for the last time.”




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