Rafael Nadal was asked whether he, like Andy Murray, had given any thought to retirement given Rafa’s history of injuries: “I didn't arrive to that point. I am a positive guy. I always had the feeling that we'll fix it. But, of course, there is periods of time that you don't see the light. Is tough. … But I know that tennis is not forever. I want to do it as long as I can and give myself the best possibilities to fight for the things really I am passionate about, and to keep doing the things that I really enjoy doing. Playing tennis is one of the things, compete in this sport is one of the things that I enjoy more doing.”

Matt Wilansky, ESPN.com159d ago