LONDON (AP) — French Open champion Rafael Nadal says he will skip subsequent week’s contest during Queen’s Club as he needs to rest forward of Wimbledon.
Nadal told Britain’s Lawn Tennis Association website that he had creatively designed to play a grass-court contest in London.
But he combined that “at 31, and after a prolonged clay justice deteriorate with all of a emotions of Roland Garros, and after vocalization to my group and doctor, we have motionless my physique needs to rest if we am going to be prepared to play Wimbledon.”
Top-ranked Andy Murray will be looking to urge his pretension during Queen’s. The margin includes U.S. Open champion Stan Wawrinka, who kick Murray in a semifinals during Roland Garros before losing to Nadal in Sunday’s final.
Wimbledon starts Jul 3 during a All England Club.