Rafael Nadal Collapse
September 5, 2011 by USA Post
Rafael Nadal Collapse, Rafael Nadal is the most formidable athlete in the modern game, but Spanish yesterday became one of the first players to have to send a coach in the middle of a press conference.
In remarkable scenes in the interview room after his principal in the third round victory over David Nalbandian here in the U.S. Open, Nadal had to stop answering questions by severe cramp in his right leg.
Leaning back in his chair and winced in pain about two hours after the end of his party, the world No. 2 then slid to the floor before asking for help. The room was empty before you get a trainer to treat the reigning ice and liquid.
Nadal, who had been discussing the possibility of facing great service Gilles Muller in the next round when he stopped the press conference, she was back on his feet in 10 minutes. He called the newspaper back into space to resume the conference, explaining that it was simply a case of cramps, which had been on the front and back of his leg.
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