Rafael Nadal reveals one of his final vital goals in tennis is to win a ATP World Tour Finals

Nadal reveals one of his final vital goals in tennis
Nadal has never won a ATP Finals (Picture: Getty)

Rafael Nadal suggested one of a biggest goals left in his career is to win a ATP World Tour Finals, carrying never carried a end-of-season trophy.

Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal to play doubles together during a Laver Cup

The Spaniard has won probably all there is to win in tennis, securing 16 Grand Slams, dual Olympic bullion medals, 4 Davis Cups and a overwhelming 30 Masters 1000 titles.

There’s no jealous a universe No. 1 is one of a all-time greats though while he’s finished 3 apart years as a top-ranked player, he’s nonetheless to win a showpiece eventuality in London.

The 31-year-old leads a Race To London in 2017 and, health permitting, he will get another shot during a pretension that has evaded him so far.

With Novak Djokovic, Andy Murray and Stan Wawrinka all set to skip a event, a margin looks rather weaker and two-time finalist Nadal will imagination his chances of finale his empty run in November.

Federer kick Nadal in a 2010 final (Picture: Getty)
2016 finalists Murray and Djokovic are set to skip a eventuality (Picture: Getty)

‘My large idea right now is to play as best as possible,’ he pronounced during a Sabadell Bank eventuality in Malaga.

‘I never won a World Tour Finals so we would like to do it, though 7 other players wish it too.’

With several events still to come, a choice is not nonetheless reliable for a contest during a O2, nonetheless Roger Federer has requisitioned his mark alongside his good rival.

Alexander Zverev, Dominic Thiem, Grigor Dimitrov, Marin Cilic, Pablo Carreno Busta and Sam Querrey would make adult a rest of a margin should it start currently though a likes of US Open runner-up Kevin Anderson, David Goffin, Tomas Berdych and Roberto Bautista Agut could all still make it.

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