Rafael Nadal is unsure how his latest injury return will go this week, even though it will be on the clay-court king’s favorite surface.
The second-ranked Spaniard is coming back at the Monte Carlo Masters, a tournament he has won a record 11 times along with the French Open and Barcelona.
“It has been a tough year and a half for me, so it’s tough to have a clear view about how I am,” Nadal said Monday at the French Riviera tournament, where he plays Spanish countryman Roberto Bautista Agut in the second round on Wednesday.
“I had too many stops; I didn’t find a way to play three weeks in a row without problems. So it has been hard for me. When you have