Beijing October 21st After Roland Garros won the 20th Grand Slam championship trophy in his career, Nadal, now ranked second in the world, expressed uncertainty about whether he would participate in the Paris Masters and the ATP year-end finals. But on Tuesday, the Spaniard decided to take part in the Paris Masters, the last Masters competition held in France this season, and he hopes to succeed here.
12 months ago, after Nadal defeated Tsonga in Paris to reach the semi-finals, he chose to retire before the game because of an abdominal injury. Then he escorted his semifinal opponent Shapovalov into the final. This year, after a proper and well-deserved rest, he is likely to play as the top seed in this race, because now the world's No. 1 and Serbian king Djokovic is likely to skip the race. .
In this competition for the Paris Masters, Nadal will strive to win the 36th Masters Championship in Paris, and Paris is also a Masters he has never successfully climbed to the top. He had previously reached one final (2007) and three semi-finals (2009, 2013 and 2019) in Paris.